Ever since Donald Trump became the President of the United States last November, he's increased his war of words against the mainstream media. In recent weeks, that feud has escalated further, which was evident during his daily Twitter attacks.

Hollywood on Twitter

Over the last year and a half since Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he's made it clear that he's no fan of the mainstream media. Since that time, the former host of "The Apprentice" has made attacking the press part of his daily routine, whether it's in speeches, interviews, or on social media.

Since his inauguration last month, Trump has increased those media attacks, going as far as banning some of the most respected news outlets in the world from a recent White House press briefing. The New York Times, CNN, BBC, and the Los Angeles Times have all become top targets for the president, which doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. As seen across Twitter on February 26, Hollywood stars appear to have had enough.

"Instead of lying & crying like a 2 yr. old about Fake News, try acting like a POTUS & at least pretend you care about violence against Jews," actor and director Rob Reiner wrote on his Twitter account on Sunday night.

"THIS IS EVERYTHING WRONG WITH THIS ADMINISTRATION," "Shameless" actress Emmy Rossum tweeted, out, before adding, "@POTUS ACTS OUT OF FEAR AND HATRED OF EVERYTHING HE DOESN'T UNDERSTAND."

Actor Seth Rogen decided to give his thoughts on Donald Trump and his increased attacks on the press.

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"Donald Trump is trying to embargo the press. If you make movies, you know the only reason to do that is if your sh*t sucks," Rogen wrote on his Twitter account. In a follow-up tweet that directly respond to Trump's earlier message, Rogen wrote, "Once again, real slow this time, the Russia talk can't be considered both an illegal leak AND fake news."

Takei takedown

George Takei also gave is thoughts, one in the form of a humorous tweet, and with a more serious video message.

"In case you haven't had a good laugh or gasp today...Tuesday is the State of the Union address," Takei wrote on Twitter. Moments later, Takei sent out a video message that promoted the upcoming ABC special "We Will Rise" that focuses on the LGBT community.

Moving forward

In addition to his sour relationship with the press, most of Hollywood has voiced their opposition to Donald Trump and his administration.

As the Academy Awards and other award shows take place, celebrities have made a habit out of using their acceptance speeches to blast the president, as both sides appear unwilling to find common ground in the future.