After almost four months as commander in chief, Donald Trump is doing his best to eliminate the affordable care act, or Obamacare, as the law of the land on health care. After addressing the issue once again on social media, Twitter users decided to give their thoughts.

Trump's Twitter take

Ever since the start of former President Barack Obama's time in office back in January 2009, the fight between Democrats and Republicans over the issue of health care has increased. Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law just a year after he was elected, prompting serious backlash from his conservative counterparts.

During the eight years that Obama was in office, Republicans did everything in their power to delete the health care law, including voting over 60 times to have it repealed. The 2016 presidential election provided 16 Republican candidates who all had a similar message about health care, though it was Donald Trump who was the most convincing, as he was able to ride his momentum through the primaries and to a general election victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Despite failing to do so in their first attempt, House Republicans were able to rally behind "Trumpcare" and voted to repeal Obamacare earlier this week, as the bill now heads to the Senate. As seen on his Twitter account on May 7, Trump is not letting up on his attack on Obamacare.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday morning to continue his social media ranting, Donald Trump targeted the Affordable Care Act and its future. "Republican Senators will not let the American people down!

ObamaCare premiums and deductibles are way up - it was a lie and it is dead!" Trump tweeted.

Twitter reacts

In response to Donald Trump's aggressive tweet about the Affordable Care Act, social media users were quick to fire back.

"People can really count on Ted Cruz. Actually, no they can't," filmmaker Adam Best wrote. In a follow-up tweet, Best added, "Obamacare is not dead. And if you do manage to somehow kill it, it will be your voters who end up dead as well. Sick!"

"Listen, I agree Obamacare isn't perfect, but #AHCA needs to be scrapped and rewritten, b/c as it stands it's bad for America..." Joseph Amodeo wrote on his Twitter account.

"Americans hope they won’t let us down. Hoping they will stop this un-scored, pathetic tax break for the wealthy that you call healthcare," author Matt Dicks added. The tweets kept coming, as it was clear many Americans are not on the same page as the president when it comes to the topic of health care.