Earlier this week, House Republicans finally rolled out their replacement to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). While criticism was expected from Democrats and others on the left, some Republicans were also quick to express their opposition.

Rand on Ryan

For the better part of the last eight years, the Republican Party has made attacking Obamacare part of their regular routine. During the 2016 primary election, every Repubican candidate spoke out against the health care law, vowing to repeal and replace Obamacare if they were elected as the next president.

Following the shocking upset win of Donald Trump, the former host of "The Apprentice" made getting rid of Obamacare one of his top priorities. When Republicans in the House revealed their replacement plan, Trump was quick to offer his praise, which conflicted with the instant opposition of Sen. Rand Paul. As reported by The Hill on March 8, Paul is not happy with the bill in question.

During a Wednesday interview with Breitbart News, Rand Paul accused House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan of trying to sell damaged goods to Donald Trump.

"I don't think it makes any sense," Paul said, while adding, "I think he's (Ryan) trying to pull the wool over the eyes of the president."

"When I've spoken with president Trump, I think he agrees with me that we should repeal and replace but I don’t think he’s stuck on that they have to be in the same bill necessarily," Rand Paul said, before then going after the Speaker of the House once again.

Discuss this news on Eunomia

"Paul Ryan, I think, is selling it to the White House and telling the White House, 'Oh, it’s a piece of cake, it's a done deal.'" the senator went on to say.

Moving forward

While Republicans continue to argue over the new health care proposal, Donald Trump has come out in support of the bill, and tweeted out on Tuesday night that he was hopeful Rand Paul would jump on board as well.

In addition to Democrats also pushing back, several independent organizations have spoken out, with AARP, American Hospital Association, Federation of American Hospitals, and Families USA all publicly opposing the GOP proposal.