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Some of Hollywood's biggest names are still refusing to accept President-elect Donald Trump's victory.

Actress Sally Field said she joined Twitter to "make sense" of why people voted for Trump, while Madonna said "it felt like someone died" and "women betrayed us."

Other celebrities, including Chelsea Handler, Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham, have continued to speak out against the president-elect.

On "Outnumbered" today, Meghan McCain said she is not surprised because she experienced liberal "anger and aggression" first-hand when she lived in Los Angeles.

She took particular issue with Madonna's comments and said that her message to her is: "I am not doing your job. I have no idea how to sing and dance. Stop trying to do mine."

"You're wildly out of touch with [the] mainstream of America," McCain said. "I just think it's ridiculous that she's going to preach. And in every conceivable way Madonna is out of touch and irrelevant."

She urged Americans to vote with their dollars and not support Madonna and other celebrities who make outlandish statements.

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