As Donald Trump spends his first Mother's Day in the White House, he decided to recognize the holiday on Twitter. In response, social media users were quick to respond, which included actor George Takei.

Takei on Trump

Over the last two years, it's been made clear that Donald Trump was not going to see eye to eye with his critics in Hollywood. From the day Trump announced that he was running for president, he instantly got on the bad side of the more liberal celebrities by referring to illegal immigrants as "rapists" and "murderers." Since then, actors, singers, writers, directors, and more have all spoken out against the former host of "The Apprentice," using their popularity in an attempt to delegitimize the new president.

Since Trump was sworn into office back in January, the backlash from celebrities has only increased, as daily Twitter attacks have become routine. On Sunday, millions of Americans celebrated Mother's Day, and Trump praised his wife Melania Trump on social media. Within minutes, the president was bombarded with criticism, which included several tweets from George Takei on May 14.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday was George Takei and he didn't hold back his thoughts about Donald Trump, including a special Mother's Day message directed at the commander in chief.

"Happy Mother's Day to all you incredible moms who are fighting every day to make the future brighter for your families!" Takei tweeted out. Not long after he sent out his harmless Mother's Day message, Takei then followed it up with a shot on Trump.

"What do many mothers want today?" George Takei wondered on Twitter, before mockingly adding, "Simply love from their children, care from their partners, and a sealed indictment of Trump from the FBI." Takei went on to send out several other messages, all ripping the White House in the process.

Takei tweets

"The White House statement on North Korea's missile launch begins with Russian perspective. Vladimir, the strings on your puppet are showing," George Takei tweeted out.

"From the bushes of the White House to the streets of New York," Takei wrote, while attaching an article about a recent "Saturday Night Live" episode that mocked White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. The former "Star Trek" would go on to continue his tweetstorm, as it was made obvious that the Hollywood backlash against the president was not going to end anytime soon, much to the chagrin of Donald Trump and his administration.