After two months in the White House, Donald Trump has received backlash on an almost daily basis from his critics. After actor George Takei lashed out against the president on Tuesday night, the former Mr. Sulu returned to Twitter to voice his opposition to the commander in chief.

Takei on Twitter

Since the day Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, he has been on the bad side of many Americans. Due to his conservative views on immigration, Islamic terrorism, and other social justice issues, most celebrities in Hollywood have spoken out against the former host of "The Apprentice." While many liberal stars have used their popularity to criticize the president, George Takei is one that maintains a constant presence on social media, interacting with his followers and keeping up to date with the current state of American politics.

On Wednesday, Takei took part in an all-day long tweet-storm against Trump, which was seen in multiples posts on Twitter on March 22.

In the first part of his Twitter attacks, George Takei cited comments made by Republicans in 2016 who were critical of Hillary Clinton being elected due to the FBI investigating her email server. Takei's tweets were in reference to the current investigation of Donald Trump and his possible relationship with Russia.

"Sen. Rubio 2106 campaign: "Can this country afford to have a president under investigation by the FBI? Think of the trauma that would do," Takei tweeted while quoting Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

"Rance Priebus on FBI investigation of Hillary's emails: “This alone should be disqualifying for anyone seeking the presidency," Takei went on to tweet, while quoting current Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

In his third tweet on the issue, George Takei decided to dig up an old comment made by Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, tweeting, "Kellyanne Conway 2016: 'We've not nominated someone under FBI investigation whom a majority of Americans says not trustworthy not honest." Not stopping there, the former Star Trek actor wrote, "History will record not only that Trump achieved office through treasonous collusion, but that the GOP chose power over patriotism."

Takei on health care

George Takei then took time to take a shot at the Republican's health care bill, which has been negatively received by many, including the Congressional Budget Office.

On Tuesday, Donald Trump met with a group of Republican lawmakers and threatened those who still oppose it. In response, Takei tweeted, "Trump to House GOP members: If #Trumpcare fails, 'many of you will lose your seats in 2018.' From your lips to God's ears, Donald."

From Russia with Love

Later on in the day, George Takei then shifted his focus to the ongoing scandal involving the billionaire real estate mogul and Russia. "If the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to release emails damaging to Clinton, then they won by fraud and this election is null and void," he wrote on Twitter.

"Tonight's bombshell report that the FBI may have info showing collusion requires a fully independent investigation and prosecution," Takei wrote. Moving forward, the actor called on Republicans to stand up against the current administration. "The GOP must recognize that there comes a time where you must put patriotism before party, principle before power. That time has come," the tweet read.

Takei closes

After several more tweets attacking Donald Trump, George Takei added two more that stood out.

One mocked Trump over his recent comments claiming he's batting 100 percent as president. "Donald says he thinks he's 'batting about 100%.' I guess that's fair. 100% of zero is still zero," the humorous tweet noted.

In a more serious message, George Takei called for unity against Donald Trump. "We owe it to future generations to come together and get to the truth. No more partisan games, no more dissembling. Our nation was attacked," he concluded.