Donald Trump
Republican U.S. Presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a campaign event at Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Virginia, U.S., August 2, 2016. Reuters/Eric Thayer

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was already controversial long before his bid for the presidency. He has only worsened since. Trump has thrown some insulting words in the direction of Hollywood, and Hollywood veterans are not taking it silently.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Trump has taken direct jabs at Rosie O’Donnell, Bette Midler and George Clooney.

In August 2015, at a Republican primary debate, Trump said that O’Donnell, his long-time nemesis, was the only woman he has ever called a “fat pig.” Meanwhile, when Bette Midler asked for him to be excluded from Twitter because of his hurtful comments, he called her an “extremely unattractive woman.”

Trump, however, is not only hurtful to women. He once said Clooney was “no Cary Grant.” Trump made this comment after the actor denounced his campaign in May.

Some big names in Hollywood have since voiced out their dislike for Trump and their hopes that he does not make it to White House. Will Smith, however, is one of the most vocal.

"For a man to be able to publicly refer to a woman as a fat pig, that makes me teary," he told "And for people to applaud, that is absolutely f------ insanity to me."

And while Smith will not hold his tongue regarding his dislike for Trump, he does not actually believe that he will make it to the White House. “I believe that America won’t and can’t [elect Trump],” he said.

Joining Smith are Miley Cyrus and Michael Moore. Cyrus has shared a photo of her crying alongside a screenshot of a woman calling Trump her next president. According to “The Last Song” actress, she would move out of the country if Trump is successful.

On the other hand, Moore is breaking his vow to never vote for Hillary Clinton. He said that he cannot stand by and let "this wretched, ignorant, dangerous part-time clown and full-time sociopath" win the presidency.