It's fair to say that Donald Trump and the majority of celebrities don't see eye to eye. While some stars in Hollywood keep their political thoughts to a minimum, comedian Louis C.K. doesn't appear to be holding back.

C.K. on Trump

Ever since Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, it was made clear not long after that he would not be on the same page with the more politically left-leaning Hollywood. As the election moved forward, Trump was often made the butt of the joke when it came to satire, most notably on "Saturday Night Live." Other comedians, like Bill Maher, have voiced their opposition to the former host of "The Apprentice" on an almost weekly basis.

Since Trump was sworn to office last January, backlash against him has only increased, which has contributed to the president's quick decline in popularity in recent polls. During the April 4 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," comedian Louis C.K. gave his thoughts and didn't mince words.

Joining host Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" on Tuesday night was Louis C.K. and the popular comedian made his thoughts perfectly clear about Donald Trump. "Sometimes people lie, right? Then there’s somebody who lies because they can’t quite stay inside the boundaries of truth," C.K.

said. "Then you have a liar, somebody who it’s almost like a problem, they lie a lot," he continued.

"Then you have a lying sack of s**t," Louis C.K. pointed out. "That’s somebody who...they just lie, they like it.

He (Trump) likes it," he said, before continuing to mock Donald Trump. "It’s just an insane. It’s just gross. He’s just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying sack of s**t," C.K. said. The comedian then went on to explain that he didn't feel lied to by Trump because he didn't buy into what he was selling, but rather those who voted for him were the ones conned by the billionaire real estate mogul.

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Louis C.K. and others share similar thoughts, which have only become the norm in recent weeks as the scandals in the White House continue to become part of the daily routine in the news media. While Donald Trump has kept his thoughts about most celebrities to a minimum since taking on the role as president, it wouldn't come as a surprise if he responded to the comedian's remarks.