Donald Trump Jr. reveals true feelings about 2017 Oscars


The 2017 Academy Awards turned into a nearly four-hour Donald Trump roast on Sunday -- and one member of the president's family isn't too happy about it.

Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter on Monday morning to reveal his true feelings about the onslaught of backlash his father received, especially from host Jimmy Kimmel, at the star-studded ceremony on Sunday night:

Interestingly enough, he retweeted the story from the New York Times, the media publication that his father has repeatedly called "failing." The "interesting mistake" he was referring too? The show accidentally used the photo of a living Australian producer, Jan Chapman, instead of deceased costume designer Janet Patterson during the In Memoriam segment.

Kimmel wasn't afraid to show his disdain for the American leader. He opened the show with a monologue sprinkled with jabs aimed at the billionaire businessman.

"I want to say thank you to President Trump," he said with a sly smile. "Remember last year when it seemed like the Oscars were racist?"

He also took a dig at first daughter Ivanka while directly addressing 20-time Oscar nominee Meryl Streep:

"Nice dress, by the way!" he said, pointing to her blue Elie Saab dress-pant ensemble. "Is that an Ivanka?!"

Later on in the show, the first-time Oscars host also tweeted at the president with the hashtag #MerylSaysHi to try and get a rise out of him.

Many other celebs also made political statements with their ensembles. Best Actress winner Emma Stone sported a tiny pin in the shape of Planned Parenthood logo affixed on her gold Givenchy number. Fellow actress Dakota Johnson also had a clutch with the same logo.

Numerous stars, like Busy Philipps, also wore blue ribbons in support of the ACLU following Trump's controversial executive disorder banning those from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

Check out Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue in the video above!

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