While Donald Trump Jr. is not a part of his father' administration, he often finds himself making comments that rub many the wrong way. In response, Alec Baldwin decided to hit back at the president's son.

Baldwin on Trump

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, members of his family were outspoken in support of their father. While Melania Trump has remained mostly noncontroversial in her role a first lady, Ivanka Trump has found herself inside the White House as a special assistant, with a similar role of adviser going to son-in-law Jared Kushner.

On the outside, Trump's sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, have come to the defense of the president on more than one occasion. In recent weeks, Donald Jr. has followed in his father's footsteps in using social media to push out his views, including ripping into Oprah Winfrey following her speech at the Golden Globes, attacking the media over the "Fake News Awards," and claiming his dad's administration helped create the "Year of the Woman." As expected, the younger Trump received backlash from many, with actor Alec Baldwin calling him out during a tweet on January 19.

Taking to the offical Twitter account of his AB Foundation on Friday night, Alec Baldwin singled out Donald Trump Jr.

and hammered into him his thoughts about the current administration. "To @DonaldJTrumpJr :What do you know about honor?" Baldwin rhetorically asked.

"Your father lies, cheats and steals every chance he gets, even when he doesn't have to," Alec Baldwin went on to write. "He f**** every keyhole he can find and pays people to shut them up," the veteran actor added, telling Donald Jr.

"Your opinion is worthless." "He’s got to go. He’s gonna go," Baldwin concluded. As of press time, neither Donald Jr, nor any member of the Trump family has responded to Baldwin's tweet, though the president was aggressive in his thoughts about the actor during the election cycle due to his portrayal on "Saturday Night Live."

Baldwin's take

This isn't the first time that Alec Baldwin has been outspoken in opposition to Donald Trump.

In addition to playing a satirical version of the president on "Saturday Night Live," the actor has attended several anti-Trump rallies since the election of 2016, and has used Twitter on occasion to speak out. Baldwin is expected to return to "SNL" to reprise his role of the former host of "The Apprentice" at some point over the next few weeks.