Over the last month that Donald Trump has been in office, protests have taken place on an almost daily basis in opposition to the administration. With yet another demonstration taking place prior to the Academy Awards over the weekend, Trump took to social media to give his thoughts.

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During the 2016 presidential campaign, protests were common, especially at rallies for Donald Trump. Often liberal demonstrators would be in attendance and clash with supporters of the former host of "The Apprentice," which would result, at times, in physical altercations.

On the day of his inauguration, Trump faced massive backlash, with protests breaking out in Washington D.C., leading to over 200 people being arrested for rioting. Since then, the opposition has only grown, with many Hollywood celebrities speaking out against the president. On Friday night, instead of the usual pre-Oscar party held prior to the Academy Awards, celebrities decided to take part in an anti-Trump event. In a February 25 Twitter post, the president was not happy.

"Maybe the millions of people who voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN should have their own rally," Donald Trump tweeted out on Saturday morning, before adding, "It would be the biggest of them all!" Trump's feud with Hollywood is well-documented, as recent award shows have been used as a platform for celebrities to voice their negative opinion.

At the anti-Trump Oscars party on Friday night, known as the "United Voices Rally" Michael J. Fox, Jodie Foster, and Keegan-Michael Key were all in attendance. "We are the lucky ones," Fox said, speaking in reference to helping Syrian refugees.

"I believe that when so much good has been done unto you it's natural to feel a sense of civic or even global responsibility," the "Back to the Future" star continued.

Moving forward

Though it's only been a month, Donald Trump has caused major changes in the United States. In retaliation, the majority of the American people view the billionaire real estate mogul in a negative light, with the latest Quinnipiac Poll showing Trump with just a 38 percent approval rating.