After almost a week of mostly timid posts on social media, President Donald Trump returned to Twitter in a big way. Targeting both the mainstream news media and the Republicans alternative to the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, Trump didn't hold back his thoughts.

Trump on Twitter

It was just over a week ago that Donald Trump unloaded on Twitter, this time setting his sight on former President Barack Obama and the Democrats. Trump has used social media as his number one form of communication, which has only increased as his war of words with the press has continued.The last major Twitter tirade that the former host of "The Apprentice" took part in accused Obama of wiretapping his office at Trump Tower, but has since never given any credible evidence to back up the allegations.

While Trump's Twitter account was relatively quiet over the weekend, the president returned on March 13 and lashed out at the media, while also continuing his attack on Obamacare.

"It is amazing how rude much of the media is to my very hard working representatives," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter early Monday morning, before adding, "Be nice, you will do much better!" The president didn't stop there, this time bringing the attention back to the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.

"ObamaCare is imploding.

It is a disaster and 2017 will be the worst year yet, by far!" Donald Trump wrote in a follow-up message on Twitter. Concluding his tweet, the billionaire real estate mogul predicted that "Republicans will come together and save the day."

Moving forward

Despite Donald Trump's attempt at unity behind the Republican health care plan, not everyone is on board, and if they are, it might not be by choice., Sen.

Rand Paul has been vocal in his opposition to the bill in question, while engaging in a public spat over the plan with House Speaker Paul Ryan. In addition, it was reported over the weekend by the Washington Examiner that Trump threatened Republican members of Congress with a potential primary challenge if they came out against the health care replacement.