After Donald Trump pulled the Republican health care bill from a vote in the House of Representatives last Friday, it resulted in an embarrassing moment for the new administration. While it looks like the issue of health care reform is now on the back-burner, one of the highest-ranking Democrats in the country is offering the president a potential deal, but only if he follows through with one condition.

Trump and the Dems

The talking point of repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, has been used by nearly all Republican politicians for the better part of the last decade.

Since the day Barack Obama signed the bill into law in 2010, his Republican counter-parts have made their opposition one of the top goals of the GOP. On Friday, Republicans had their chance to repeal Obamacare, and put their alternative, the American Health Care Care, in its place, but were unsuccessful after the party failed to gain enough support from its Freedom Caucus. Since then, Donald Trump has put the blame of the bill not passing on a variety of people, including those in the Freedom Caucus. These issues were discussed with Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer during the March 26 edition of ABC's "This Week.

Joining host George Stephanopoulos was Senator Minority Leader Chuck Schumer who didn't hold back his thoughts on Donald Trump and the Republican's latest effort to push for new health care reform.

"For the president to say he will destroy it (Obamacare) or undermine it, that's not presidential, that's petulance." Schumer said. "You cannot run the presidency like you run a real estate deal," he continued, while adding, "You can't tweet your way through it."

Not stopping there, Chuck Schumer then announced that Democrats would be willing to listen to Donald Trump on the issue of health care if he publicly denounced the Freedom Caucus and their right-wing ideology.

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"He (Trump) ran as a populist against the Democratic and Republican establishments," Schumer said, before adding, "the minute he got into office...he moved so far to the hard right that it's virtually impossible for us to work with him."

Freedom Caucus, out?

"He's got to tell the Freedom Caucus and the hard-right special wealthy interests who are dominating his presidency...he's gonna have to tell them that he can't work with them, and we'll certainty look at his proposals," Chuck Schumer went on to say. Before Schumer could even make his comments, Donald Trump took to his Twitter account to bash the Freedom Caucus, but instead blamed them for keeping Planned Parenthood and Obamacare alive.