After the news broke that Donald Trump reportedly insulted the pregnant widow of recently fallen solider, the president was quick to dispute the allegations. Despite this, big stars out in Hollywood wasted no time giving their thoughts on the issue at hand.

Trump's solider blunder

Earlier this month for United States soldiers were killed during an ambush in Niger, Africa. The story received minimal coverage the time, though the White House briefly acknowledged what took place, before Donald Trump shifted the conversation back to his feud with the National Football League, his slow response to the hurricane in Puerto Rico, as well as health care and tax reform.

One of the soldiers killed in the attack was U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson, whose body was greeted by his widow Myeshia Johnson and their two children. Following her greeting of the casket, Johnson received a phone call while she was with Democratic Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson. According to Wilson, Trump brought Johnson to tears with his alleged "insensitive" remarks, telling the widow that her husband "knew what he signed for." The story quickly went viral on Tuesday night, which Trump addressed personally during a tweet on October 18.

Taking to his Twitter feed on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump pushed back against Frederica Wilson, while claiming to have proof of his innocence.

"Democrat Congresswoman totally fabricated what I said to the wife of a soldier who died in action (and I have proof)," Trump tweeted, before adding, "Sad!" Hours later and Trump was asked about the incident while speaking to the media at the White House, and the president once again called out Wilson and challenged her to repeat the allegations.

As expected, the backlash against the former host of "The Apprentice" came quick, with many celebrities adding fuel to the fire.

Hollywood responds

Not long after Donald Trump defended himself on social media over the allegations that he insulted the widow of Sgt.

David Johnson, Hollywood stars went on the attack against the president. "You don't have proof of anything except you lying repeatedly on camera every time you speak. You shouldn't be allowed to talk at all," comedian Chelsea Handler tweeted out.

"The sociopath strikes again.

Tells grieving widow her husband knew what he signed up for. DT is simply a disgusting human being," actor and director Rob Reiner added. "I agree. He has turned into Alex Baldwin's impression of him," Judd Apatow tweeted. "Donald Trump is a cruel bastard," comedian and actress Rosie O'Donnell wrote.

"Kneeling at a football game has nothing to do w disrespecting our military— THIS — this has EVERYTHING to do w it," Sarah Silverman stated.

"You, @realDonaldTrump, are a worthless, pathetic man," Olivia Wilde posted to her Twitter feed. While Donald Trump continues to defend himself over the allegations, popular stars appear as if they won't stop holding the president's feet to the fire.