On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump delivered his first speech to Congress since winning the election. Following its conclusion, the reactions came pouring in, including from top celebrities in Hollywood.

Trump roasted

During the entire 2016 presidential campaign, it was made clear from the start that Hollywood stars would not be supporting Donald Trump for president. While the idea of a Trump presidency was initially seen as a joke, it quickly became serious when he locked up the nomination for the Republican Party last summer, which led to his historic win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on election night.

The majority of celebrities backed Clinton, and spoke out against Trump, which has increased in recent weeks. Though Trump's aforementioned speech to Congress was more timid than usual, including calls for unification between the parties, much of it was just to push his policy agenda moving forward. The Democratic Party gave their offical response which was critical of the former host of "The Apprentice," which continued on Twitter with some big name stars speaking out, as seen on February 28.

"On Trumps last words, many Dems get up & walk out.

Republican applause doesn't even last til Trump makes it to begin his walk up the aisle," filmmaker Michael Moore pointed out following the speech's conclusion. "We already have government run health care. Anyone working in public sector has it & our taxes pay for it," former Minnesota governor and retired pro wrestler Jesse Ventura noted.

In a follow-up message on Twitter, Ventura doubled down on the issue of health care, writing, "If that free healthcare is good enough for Congress, it should be good enough for We The People who PAY for it."

Actor Patton Oswalt made his thoughts known on Twitter, keeping his message short and to the point.

"Our President sucks. Good night," Oswalt tweeted, using the hashtag "jointaddress." Comedian John Fugelsang also took to Twitter to voice his thoughts, tweeting, "Donald Trump just got applause for a widow he created."

Fellow comedian and talk show host Bill Maher also took a more humorous approach, mocking the billionaire real estate mogul over his controversial sexual history. "How bout that Donald Trump tonight! Home run, I say!," Maher wrote, before adding, "And so presidential - on the way out, he didn't grab a single pussy!"

Takei tweets

During the speech, actor George Takei live-tweeted his thoughts, and he didn't sugarcoat his feelings about Donald Trump.

"You can't be 'a country united against hate' when your AG is a racist, your VP attacks LGBTs, and your top advisor is a White Nationalist," Takei said, referencing Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

"You're not making 'communities safer for everyone' by doing the NRA's bidding and making it easier for mentally ill folks to buy guns," George Takei went on to write on social media. "They say repeal and replace.

You know what I want to see replaced? The GOP Congress," he continued. The tweets kept on coming against Donald Trump, as Hollywood made their case for why they have no interest in supporting any agenda put forward by the president.