On Friday, President Donald Trump was forced to pull the American Health Care Act from the floor of the House of Representatives before a vote could even take place. Less than 48 hours later and the president is still not happy, lashing out on social media against the people responsible for the bill's failure.

Trump on Twitter

Repealing and replacing Obamacare has been one of the main talking points and agenda items for the Republican Party over the last eight years. Ever since the affordable care act was signed by former President Barack Obama in January 2010, conservatives across the country have vowed to repealed the law and do whatever it takes to get the job done.

After Donald Trump was elected president, it seemed as if it was a sure thing, especially considering the fact that the GOP also had majority-control of Congress. Despite this, Republicans failed to get on the same page, with Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan unable to convince the right-wing Freedom Caucus to support the bill. As seen on his Twitter account on March 26, the president is not done assigning blame.

Taking to his Twitter account on Sunday morning, Donald Trump continued to hit back at the conservatives who he thinks cost him the chance at replacing Obamacare.

"Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!," Trump wrote on Twitter.

Blame game

Dozens of Republicans, mostly in the Freedom Caucus, opposed the bill as they believed the GOP health care alternative was too similar to the Affordable Care Act, labeling it "Obamacare lite." While Donald Trump is clearly still upset with those Republican lawmakers who opposed the bill, as well as conservative activist groups, that's not the only people he puts the blame on.

After the bill was pulled, Trump went on to blame Democrats for not lending their support, which was echoed on Saturday by Vice President Mike Pence. With health care now put to the side, the billionaire real estate mogul is expected to push for tax reform as his next item on his political agenda.