Just one day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the new commander in chief, hundreds of thousands of protesters took part in a massive Women's March against the president. Many celebrities also attended, with Madonna voicing her thoughts in a dramatic way.

Madonna on Trump

With an early estimated crowd of nearly a half a million, men and women, old and young, of all races, religions, and ethnic backgrounds, took to the streets in Washington, D.C. to make a loud statement in their opposition to Donald Trump. In addition to the Women's March in Washington, protests also took place around the United States, and in other countries.

The crowd in the nation's capital was more than double what was expected, originally predicted to reach around 200,000. As reported by The Hill on January 21, legendary singer Madonna was in attendance, and had some strong words for Trump when it was her time to speak.

"Yes, I'm angry. Yes I am outraged," Madonna told the cheering protesters. "Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House," she admitted. Not stopping there, Madonna went on to admit, "but I know this won't change anything. We cannot fall into despair."

Madonna then went on to sing a song about Donald Trump, though she refused to even say his name.

"I can't even say his name," Madonna admitted, stating, "This song is dedicated to the new DT in the White House." 'D' could stand for 'di*k,' I don't know," she went on to say. Madonna wasn't the only celebrity to speak out during the march, as filmmaker Michael Moore was seen ripping up a newspaper with Trump on the cover, while actress Ashley Judd went after the new president over his relationship with his daughter, Ivanka.

Ashley Judd goes low

"I'm not as nasty as your daughter being your favorite sex symbol," Ashley Judd said of Donald Trump and his daughter while reading a poem.

"Our pU**ies ain't for grabbing," Judd continued, while adding, "This pu**y is for my pleasure and giving birth to more nasty woman."

Next up

With millions of protesters taking part in various demonstrations across the country and around the world, Donald Trump and his administration are in the White House getting ready to kick off what is expected to be a controversial administration. Despite the backlash, Trump will be the leader of the free world, but it doesn't look like the opposition is ready to be silenced.