Last night, the Golden Globe Awards turned into a roast of President-elect Donald Trump, with many presenters and award winners taking shots at him.
Jimmy Fallon compared Trump to the detestable King Joffrey from "Game of Thrones," while Meryl Streep used her her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement to call him a dangerous bully with the "instinct to humiliate."
On "Outnumbered" today, Meghan McCain said this "sanctimonious" lecturing from out-of-touch Hollywood celebrities helped propel Trump to the Oval Office.
"Hollywood, if you don't take a look, you're going to usher him in for a second term real quick," McCain said.
Kennedy said that Streep "squandered" her lifetime achievement award speech by rehashing her political agreements with the president-elect, as opposed to basking in the moment and delivering an uplifting message.
"Who cares what these people think?" Lisa Boothe said, noting that Hillary Clinton's droves of celebrity supporters failed to help her in the election.
"Americans are so tired of being preached to by people that are making millions of dollars simply to act when they're struggling to pay the bills ... It's just so elitist."
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