After close to 100 days in office, Donald Trump is still not making many friends on the political left. For actor George Takei, he isn't holding back his thoughts on the president, even during his birthday.

Takei on Trump

Once Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, the consensus was that his campaign would quickly die off as the election moved forward. However, the former host of "The Apprentice" was able to gain momentum, which he used to win the Republican nomination, before pulling off the major upset with an Election Day win over Democratic nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Since then, the backlash Trump's received from Hollywood stars have increased, as actors, singers, and more have used their popularity to call out the billionaire real estate mogul on a routine basis. While many have been active in their opposition to Trump, none have taken to Twitter to hit back at the White House like George Takei. As he has in the past, Takei took to Twitter on April 20 to lash out at Trump and his administration, all while doing it during the celebration of his 80th birthday.

In a series of social media posts, George Takei targeted Donald Trump and members of his administration as he took time away from his birthday celebration to rip into the White House.

"An important read for all patriots," Takei tweeted out, before attaching an article that went into detail about how Russian hacked the election in favor of Trump.

"Poll finds Donald is less popular than folks who dragged a man off a plane against his will sending him to the hospital," George Takei humorously wrote on his Twitter account, before adding, "Sounds about right." Takei then focused on the news that Republican Rep.

Jason Chaffetz, also House Oversight Committee chairman, might resign from his seat in Congress. "Jason Chaffetz may quit Congress as soon as tomorrow 'cause being Chair of the House Oversight Committee in the Trump era is just that bad," Takei tweeted out.

Takei on Sessions

In his final tweets as of press time, George Takei went after current Attorney General Jeff Sessions who recently disrespectfully referred to Hawaii as "an Island in the Pacific.

"You know, those who fought and died bravely for our country in WWII would disagree, sir," he tweeted.

In a follow-up message, the former "Star Trek" actor added, "Dear Mr. Sessions: The island is called Oahu. It's home to nearly 1 million Americans. And our last president was born there. Sit down, sir." While George Takei might have gained another year, he doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon.