After a 100 Days in the White House, Donald Trump doesn't appear to be changing his tune. With the partisan divide in Washington only getting worse by the day, the president is sticking with his hard-line attack on his political opponents.

Trump on Twitter

The biggest talking point used by the Republican Party over the last eight years has involved their opposition to the Affordable Car Act, or Obamacare. After former President Barack Obama signed Obamacare into law back in January 2009, Republicans have done everything in their power to push back.

When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president nearly two years ago, he followed down the party line when it came to health care, vowing to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act in the process. Trump's rhetoric and campaign promises helped propel him to victory in the primary election, and later the general against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Fast forward to present day and Trump has failed to deliver on his campaign promises, with his first attempt to replace Obamacare dying in the House of Representatives before it could even be put up for a vote. As Trump continues on in his presidency, his stance on health care hasn't changed, which was evident during a series of April 30 Twitter messages.

Taking to his Twitter account early Sunday morning, Donald Trump ripped into the Democratic Party and the future of health care in the United States.

"You can't compare anything to ObamaCare because ObamaCare is dead," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Dems want billions to go to Insurance Companies to bail out donors.

In a follow-up message on Twitter, Donald Trump once again promised to bring the American people an alternative to Obamacare.

"New healthcare plan is on its way," he wrote, while noting, "Will have much lower premiums & deductibles while at the same time taking care of pre-existing conditions!"

Double down

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then turned his attention onto the Democratic Party as a whole, this time attacking their lack of leadership. "The Democrats, without a leader, have become the party of obstruction," Trump wrote, concluding, "They are only interested in themselves and not in what's best for U.S."

Moving forward

Donald Trump has only been in office for three months, but is already facing heavy backlash over the way he's run the country. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has talked a big game, his approval ratings have dropped to historic lows, with his favorability number sitting at just 40 percent.