It's become an almost daily occurrence, but Donald Trump is once again receiving backlash for his comments on Twitter. After Trump continued to dismiss the evidence that Russia hacked the election in his favor, instead turning his attention to an attack on the media, celebrities were quick to lash out.

Trump Twitter attack

The biggest political story in the United States is what impact Russia had on the 2016 presidential election. The CIA and the FBI have both concluded that Russia hacked into the Democratic National Committee with the goal of helping to elect Donald Trump, though it's unknown what amount of influence they had on the actual vote count.

Democrats have accused Russia of costing Hillary Clinton the election, while many Republicans push back against those claims, despite acknowledging the hack. However, Trump denies that Russia had any impact on his victory, and was roasted on Twitter on January 8 because of it.

"Trump had better stop tweeting like a madman, or he'll earn himself a nickname. Perhaps...'Twitler,'" actor George Takei wrote on Twitter.

In a follow-up tweet, Takei didn't hold back his views of the president-elect. "You wouldn't want Trump coaching a girl's soccer team, or managing a work unit, or commanding an army squad. Yet we have him as president," Takei wrote.

"DT has been consistent in his praise for Putin.

He aligns himself with a dictator. 12 days until new POTUS," director and actor Rob Reiner responded on his Twitter account, before adding "Need to know-treason? MSM-DIG!!!" While filmmaker Michael Moore is usually a man of many words, he simply tweeted "#MalignantNarcissist."

Actress and former talk show host Rosie O'Donnell also went off on Donald Trump, ripping the president-elect over his questionable financial history.

"He has no money - only debt - and shame prevents him from showing," O'Donnell tweeted. In addition, the former co-host of "The View" has nearly all of her Twitter timeline full of anti-Trump tweets and re-tweets, as the public feud between the two continues to escalate.

Moving forward

Despite the constant backlash from his opponents, Donald Trump is now just under two weeks away from being sworn into office as the next commander in chief. While the billionaire real estate mogul is preparing to head into the White House, it's expected that over 100,000 protesters will take to the streets in Washington, D.C. to voice their opposition.