The Oscar-winning actress was fired up as she slammed the President-elect, and those who voted for him, while on Chelsea Handler's Netflix show.

Sally called out Trump for his hypocrisy and lack of experience, and failing to deliver on his campaign promises. "If you look at his past, if you look at his history, there is no evidence that he can do one single thing that he says he’s going to do," she said of the real estate mogul.

"He has shown to be everything that he accuses and has accused Hillary Clinton of being. It is now evident he is all of those things, every single thing that he accused her of," she said.

And her passionate speech didn't end there. The mother-of-three said she's still trying to figure out why millions of Americans voted for Trump to be the next president taking charge in the White House.

"I want to know what other people are thinking. I want to know why they voted for this man who does not stand for anything," Sally said. "I don’t think that all the people who voted for him are bad and horrible people, I just don’t understand it."

The Smokey and the Bandit star also explained her decision to join Twitter on 9 November (16), the day after the election. She wrote in her first tweets, "Today is the day I've decided to join Twitter world. To pull my head out of the sand where I've been comfortably ensconced and reach out. I thought we were standing up against evil, fighting for democracy by campaigning for HRC (Hillary Rodham Clinton), by casting our votes. What now?"

Sally, a staunch supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, said since joining Twitter she feels many do not feel represented by incoming president Trump.

"This is why I'm on Twitter," she told host Chelsea. "I don't understand when they call this a democracy and yet the people are not getting the representation that they voted for."