It's no secret that the majority of celebrities out in Hollywood are not big fans of Donald Trump. During the 90th annual Academy Awards, it didn't take long before the president was put on blast.

Oscars on Trump

When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015, his controversial rhetoric didn't go over well with many in the country, including the more liberal leaning Hollywood.

As time went on, many celebrities used their popularity to rally against Trump, which has since continued into his presidency. Since then, award shows have been a place where celebrities who oppose Trump have used the audience to push back against him, even while not using his name. From Meryl Streep to Oprah Winfrey, Hollywood against the president has been on full display.

As seen during the 2018 Academy Awards on March 4, Donald Trump was a top target, with host Jimmy Kimmel poking fun at the current commander in chief and his vice president.

Kimmel started the program off addressing the rise of the "Me Too" movement, before taking a shot at the Oscar for being a 90-year-old award. "Oscar is 90 years old so he's probably at home watching Fox News," Kimmel said, in reference to the president's age and obsession with watching and quoting the conservative Fox News Channel.

Later on in the monologue, Jimmy Kimmel spotlighted Jordan Peele, who wrote and directed the film "Get Out," about an African-American man who is targeted by his white girlfriend and her family.

"None other than President Trump called 'Get Out' the best first three-quarters of a movie this year," Kimmel said in regards to the allegations that the president is a racist. Before the end of the monologue, Kimmel also brought up the film "Call me by your name" which is about the romantic relationship of two young men. "We don't make movies like 'Call me by your name' to make money. We make them to upset Mike Pence," Kimmel said in a direct shot at the vice president's opposition to LGBT rights due to being a conservative Christian.

Moving forward

While it's clear that the stars out in Hollywood are no fans of Donald Trump, the president has many other issues to worry about. With members of his administration resigning at an increased rate, with White House Communications Director Hope Hicks being the latest example, the ongoing investigation into Russian election interference, and his reckless behavior on social media continuing to be a problem, only time will tell to see how the rest of Trump's administration plays out heading into the upcoming midterm elections and eventually the 2020 presidential election.