Earlier this week, the Republican Party finally put forward their official bill to replace the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. While the bill has received support from President Donald Trump, not all conservatives are impressed.

Palin on health care

Not long after Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, he vowed to be the person to finally "repeal and replace" Obamacare. By the start of 2016, former half-term Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin became one of the first high-profiled Republicans to publicly support the former host of "The Apprentice, and has stood by his side ever since.

Palin's support of Trump, which included his opposition to Obamacare, became so great that the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee was even rumored to join the the ticket, until the position was filled by current Vice President Mike Pence. Though Palin has been a strong advocate for the billionaire real estate mogul, she doesn't appear on board with Trump's health care replacement. As reported by The Hill on March 11, Palin didn't hold back her thoughts during a recent interview.

While speaking to Breitbart News on Saturday, Sarah Palin was critical of the Republican health care alternative, and didn't refrain from her honesty.

"I am tempted to say not another word from our fearless leaders about this new form of Obamacare that I’m going to call RINO-care," Palin said, before adding, "this is government-controlled health care." The former governor of Alaska then labeled the GOP bill as "un-affordable," "unsustainable," "unwanted," and "unconstitutional," while claiming it was a "new quasi-reformed proposal," that includes aspects of "socialism."

Health care crash

Sarah Palin went on to say that she does have "great faith" that Donald Trump will be able to "fix" the bill that was proposed by Republicans in the House of Representatives, but that appears to be at odds with how the president is looking at the matter.

During a meeting last week with Republican members of Congress, Trump reportedly threatened those who oppose the bill, warning that he could make sure they are hit with a primary challenge during the next election.