Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump was a frequent target at last night's Golden Globes by pretty much everyone on stage.
While Hugh Laurie used his razor-sharp wit to thank everyone at "probably the last ever Golden Globes", Meryl Streep used her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award to take a good, hard swing at Donald Trump's presidency.
In her six-minute speech, Streep said that if Trump has his way and drives out foreign people and outsiders from Hollywood, "you'll have nothing to watch except football and MMA, and that's not the arts." That part of the speech drew the loudest cheers of the night, unsurprisingly.
Streep continued on, calling out Trump's on-stage mocking of journalist Serge Kovaleski, who suffers from arthrogryposis, before reflecting on the nature of their work and its privileges. Donald Trump, when questioned by the New York Times about Streep's comments and the night in general, replied that he wasn't surprised that he was attacked "by liberal movie people," and then claimed that he wasn't watching the show.
Here's the speech in full. Take a look.