Prior to the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, many wondered if Hollywood's opposition to Donald Trump would be on display. While the president was a topic at times, it was Oprah Winfrey's speech that grabbed the headlines and one of the president's sons wasn't happy about it.

Trump Jr. on Oprah

It's no secret that Donald Trump doesn't see eye to eye with Celebrities out in Hollywood. Trump made sure to lash out at several Hollywood critics during the early days of his campaign. It became commonplace for the former host of "The Apprentice" to spend time on social media calling out those who were critical of him, including the likes of former friend Arnold Schwarzenegger who took over the hosting duties of Trump on his reality show.

Once Trump locked up the Republican nomination and took part in his first debate against Hillary Clinton, the sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live" hired veteran actor Alec Baldwin to poke fun at the billionaire real estate mogul. In recent months, Trump has been linked back to the "Me Too" movement in Hollywood due to previous allegations against him accusing the president of sexual assault and harassment. During 75th Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey accepted the Cecil B. DeMille for her contributions to the world of entertainment and gave a near 10-minute speech that fueled speculation of a potential run for president in 2020. In response, Donald Trump Jr. wasn't pleased, as seen during a tweet on January 8.

Following Oprah's speech, NBC tweeted a picture of her with a caption that read "Nothing but respect to OUR president." The tweet resulted in massive backlash from conservatives who accused the network of bias, triggering Donald Trump Jr.

in the process. "Strange. Seems that NBC took down there tweet. In case you missed it here it is," Don Jr. wrote.

"In case anyone had any doubts about where the media stands this should take care of it," Donald Trump Jr.

wrote. "The bias against Donald Trump is now so obvious they have simply given up hiding it," he continued. "Can you trust anything they say at this point? Americans see the truth in job numbers and in their wallets!" he went on to say.

Moving forward

While Donald Trump Jr. isn't happy with Oprah or NBC, social media went viral with the push to get Oprah to run for president. Following the Golden Globes, Oprah's longtime partner, Stedman Graham, spoke to the Los Angeles Times about the possibility, and replied, "It’s up to the people. She would absolutely do it.” As of press time, Oprah has not confirmed or denied the statement.