At the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday night, President Donald Trump was a prime target. While the president didn't comment on the awards on Twitter, he did respond during an executive interview with Breitbart News.

Trump on the Oscars

Ever since Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president in June 2015, he's been at odds with most of the celebrities in Hollywood. Whether it's his controversial remarks about illegal immigrants from Mexico, his "Muslim ban" executive order, or his other polices and rhetoric, the majority of Hollywood stars have used their popularity to speak out again the new president and his administration.

Since his election win, celebrities have used various award shows to criticize Trump, most notably being actress Meryl Streep and the Golden Globes earlier this year. After the Academy Awards took place on Sunday night, Trump decided to fire back, as reported by The Daily Beast on February 27.

Speaking to Breitbart News on Monday, Donald Trump didn't hold back his thoughts about the Academy Awards, with a special reference to the blunder that came at the end of the show when the film "La La Land" was mistakenly announced as winner of "Best Picture," instead of "Moonlight." "I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end," Trump said of the show and its conclusion.

"It was a little sad," Donald Trump said in describing the show. The president said all the focus on attacking him took away from the "glamour of the Oscars." "It didn’t feel like a very glamorous evening," he continued, while noting, "I’ve been to the Oscars.

There was something very special missing, and then to end that way was sad."

Trump trolled

The hardest shots at Donald Trump came from the host of the Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel. During his opening monologue, Kimmel claimed that over 200 countries now viewed the United States in a negative light due to the new administration.

In addition, Kimmel highlighted Meryl Steep, mocking Trump's previous claims that she is the "most overrated actress" in Hollywood. Throughout the night, Kimmel continued to hit back at the former host of "The Apprentice," going as far as live tweeting Trump during the show.