Could this be the “last ever” Golden Globe Awards? Actor Hugh Laurie seems to think so. While picking up his Golden Globe award for best supporting actor in a series, miniseries or television movie for his work in “The Night Manager” Sunday night the actor had few things to say during his acceptance speech.

After thanking those who helped him achieve this career milestone, the actor said that the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards could be the “last ever” due to president-elect Donald Trump’s beliefs. “I don’t mean to be gloomy, but it has the words Hollywood, foreign & press in it,” Laurie joked. 

The actor was referring to the Trump’s desire to build a wall to separate the U.S. from Mexico among other comments the soon to be president has made during his campaign to “make American great again.”

Aside from the joke, Laurie was grateful for the award after beating out fellow nominees John Travolta for his role “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” Christian Slater for his part in “Mr. Robot” and John Lithgow in “The Crown.”

The 2017 Golden Globe Awards airs live on NBC at 8 p.m. EST. Watch the live stream HERE, check out the full list of nominees HERE and keep up with the full list of winners HERE.