It was just over a week ago when Donald Trump failed to unite the Republican Party behind his health care replacement bill. While the GOP has shown signs that they are not on the same page on the issue, the president is not done deflecting blame onto the media.

Trump on Twitter

For the better part of the last eight years, Republicans have made it one of their top talking points to attack the Affordable Car Act, or Obamacare. Whether it was a conservative candidate running for office on a national or local level, it was considered a prerequisite to bash Obamacare and rally behind its repeal and replacement.

During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made eliminating Obamacare one of his top talking points and was able to use that message to help him pull off the shocking upset win over Hillary Clinton. With Republicans in majority-control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate, it seemed as if Obamacare was on its last legs, but the GOP was unable to get on the same page and the bill was pulled before a vote could even take place. Trump and some Republican lawmakers have publicly fought over the issue, but the president took to Twitter on April 2 to voice his thoughts.

"Anybody (especially Fake News media) who thinks that Repeal & Replace of ObamaCare is dead does not know the love and strength in R Party!," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday morning.

Not stopping there, the former host of "The Apprentice" continued on social media, vowing that the repeal and replacement of Obamacare will hopefully take place in the near future.

"Talks on Repealing and Replacing ObamaCare are, and have been, going on, and will continue until such time as a deal is hopefully struck," Donald Trump added in a follow-up tweet.

Trump's tone and message is different than other recent Twitter messages where he bashed the House Freedom Caucus for opposing the bill, while even calling out certain members by name.

Moving forward

As of press time, it's unknown when the Republican Party will once again attempt to push a new health care plan. After their latest bill failed on the House floor, Donald Trump indicated that he was planning on moving on to other parts of his agenda, like tax reform.