Ever since Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, his relationship with Hollywood has been strained. Since being sworn into office, Trump and many Celebrities have failed to get on the same page.

Hollywood on Trump

When Donald Trump made his candidacy offical in June 2015, he referred to illegal immigrants as "murderers" and "rapists." Backlash quickly followed, which included harsh comments from many top celebrities. In the year and a half that followed, the majority of Hollywood came together in opposition to the former host of "The Apprentice." When Trump pulled off the upset and defeated Hillary Clinton last November, celebrity reaction was on par with many on the political left.

After just a month in office, the president has followed through on many of his campaign promises, much to the chagrin of left-leaning celebrities. As seen across Twitter on February 21, Trump was a top target on social media.

"Someday, hopefully soon, Trump supporters will come to realize that he is not their president either," actor and director Rob Reiner wrote on Twitter, before adding, "Freedom and justice for ALL." In response to a tweet about the possible impeachment of Donald Trump, actress Rosie O'Donnell didn't hold back.

"YES - HE IS A SHITTY BUSINESS MAN - A GRAND ORANGE ILLUSION," O'Donnell tweeted, before using hashtags "#TAXES #GETHISTAXES #stoptrump."

Actor George Takei also chimed in, posting a link to an article that reports the White House could roll-back guidelines dealing with transgender students.

"If you come for us, you poor excuse for a man, we will make you regret your every day in office," Takei tweeted.

Comedian John Fugelsang criticized Donald Trump for constantly bringing up his win over Hillary Clinton in the electoral college.

"I can't wait for Trump to visit the Anne Frank Center bc he's never bragged about the electoral college there," Fugelsang noted.

Sweden shout out

Other high-profiled names decided to take a swipe at Donald Trump for recently citing a terrorist attack in Sweden, which never actually took place. "Sweden needs our thoughts and...explanations what the hell Trump's talking about," host of "The Late Show"Stephen Colbert tweeted, adding the hashtag "#SwedenStrong."

Comedian Bill Maher also took a shot at Donald Trump over his comments, mocking the president in the process on his Twitter feed.

"Just hope all my friends in Sweden are OK - just heard from the president, that's where the Bowling Green Massacre happened!" Maher wrote. The pressure continued to mount on social media, as the backlash against the administration continues.