During the course of the entire presidential election, it was made clear that Donald Trump and most people in Hollywood didn't see eye-to-eye. After Trump was officially sworn in as the new commander in chief, the backlash from celebrities only continued to grow.

Trump backlash

When Donald Trump announced his plan to run for president, he did it knowing that the mainstream media and most high-profiled celebrities would not be by his side. Despite this, the billionaire real estate mogul was able to craft a message that resonated with enough voters to put him over the top on Election Day.

While Trump was unable to win the popular vote, the former host of "The Apprentice" weathered the criticism from his opposition, and passed the required 270 electoral votes needed to get into office. As seen across Twitter on January 20, Hollywood critics were quick to lash out.

"The White House removed its climate change web page. And the healthcare, civil rights and LGBT sections," actor George Takei wrote on his Twitter page, while adding, "Just thought you should know." In another shot at Donald Trump, Takei mockingly tweeted, "The peaceful transfer of power is a thing of beauty.

One moment Barack Obama is leader of the Free World. A moment later it's Angela Merkel." Actor Alec Baldwin made sure to express is frustration with the Trump inauguration. "All of the jokes/parody/comedy aside, let's stop for a moment to take a full account of where we are," Baldwin wrote, before stating, "This country is lost.

It's in trouble."

Former MSNBC and ESPN host Keith Olbermann sent out various messages on Twitter throughout the day, one including a video, while also tweeting, "Our resistance will be arduous.

But as the Russian scandal emerges resisting starts easily: Boycott the inauguration." In a more simplistic follow-up tweet, Olbermann added, "#ImpeachTrumpNow."

Anger from the left

Noted horror author Stephen King also gave is thoughts on his Twitter page, writing, "If you voted for him (Donald Trump), you're responsible." Comedian Chelsea Handler decided to give her view with a humorous tweet, proposing, "In exchange for El Chapo, we would like to hand over Donald Trump.

#Freetrade. #Inauguration."

After the Fox News Research Twitter feed posted a positive message about Trump's impact on the stock market, comedian Sarah Silverman responded back with curiosity. "Is anyone else getting this propaganda on your feed?" Silverman asked, before noting, "I don't follow either of these and it's in my feed." With the new president kicking off the start of his four years in the White House, backlash from Hollywood is not expected to slow down.