On of the biggest talking points used by Donald Trump while he was running for president was his promise to Repeal and Replace Obamacare. As Trump continues to hit back at the affordable care act, many Americans don't see it his way.

Trump on Twitter

For the better part of the last eight years, Republicans have vowed to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, and made it the centerpiece of their party's political agenda. Once former President Barack Obama signed the bill into law back in January 2010, it quickly became the hottest topic in politics, further widening the divide among the American people in the process.

However, last month Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan came together and put forward the Republican's alternative to Obamacare, called the American Health Care Act. The proposal received such negative feedback that even enough members of the right-wing House Freedom Caucus opposed the bill, and it failed to gain support while forcing Trump to pull it before a vote could even take place. Fast forward to present day and the former host of "The Apprentice" is still pushing back at Obamacare, which was seen in his April 23 post on Twitter.

Taking to Twitter for yet another rant against Obamacare, Donald Trump predicted that the law would soon die out, despite a potentially massive and expensive effort from Democrats.

"ObamaCare is in serious trouble," Trump tweeted, before noting, "The Dems need big money to keep it going - otherwise it dies far sooner than anyone would have thought."

Twitter reacts

In response to his latest tweet, social media users were quick to troll the president with a response of their own. "You were going to repeal and replace it with THE AMAZING TRUMPCARE...that failed," Twitter user Tony Posnanski tweeted out, before adding, "Tick tock.

100 day promise is almost up." "Why are you so paranoid and concerned about bigly failing that you take to Twitter every morning in a panic, like a petulant child?" director Rod Blackhurst rhetorically asked.

"Speaking of dying.

Your Trumpcare bill died pretty hard didn't it? As did your two Muslim Bans? Maybe they needed Obamacare to stay alive," verified user Kristine Wong tweeted. "You're so jealous of Obama it's unreal. Maybe one day your wife will wanna live with you as well. Nah I doubt it," Brandon Neely wrote about Donald Trump.

Next step

While Donald Trump continues to criticize Obamacare, he and the Republican Party have not been successful in finding a unifying replacement. Trump has targeted those Republicans who refused to support his proposed alternative, but nothing new has been presented as of press time.