Ever since Donald Trump was forced to pull his alternative plan to the Affordable Care Act, he's deflected blame onto a variety of people. In his latest round of attacks, the president is targeting members of his own party.

Trump on Twitter

During his entire campaign for president, Donald Trump made repealing and replacing Obamacare one of his most popular talking points. Following in the footsteps of his fellow Republicans, Trump has voiced his opposition to Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation even before he announced his intention to run for the White House.

After the former host of "The Apprentice" shocked the world and defeated Hillary Clinton last November, and with a Republican majority in Congress, it seemed as if it was only a matter of time before their nearly decade-long effort of eliminating Obamacare became a reality. However, after dozens of members of the House Freedom Caucus refused to support the plan, Trump pulled the bill from even having a vote, which has created a rift ever since. As seen on his Twitter account on March 30, Trump is calling out three Republicans by name over their opposition.

Taking to his Twitter feed on March 30, Donald Trump expanded from his vague criticism of the House Freedom Caucus to individuals members.

"If @RepMarkMeadows, @Jim_Jordan and @Raul_Labrador would get on board we would have both great healthcare and massive tax cuts & reform," Trump tweeted.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then continued his attack.

"Where are @RepMarkMeadows, @Jim_Jordan and @Raul_Labrador?" he wrote, while using the hashtags "#RepealANDReplace" and "#Obamacare." While the three men have spoken out against the GOP bill over the last week, none have offered a comment to Trump's tweet as of press time.

Moving forward

With their attempt at health care reform a failure, it's unknown when Republicans will make another push. Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and others have expressed their despite to repeal and replace Obamacare, but it's unlikely that it will take place anytime soon.