One of the biggest debates in Washington since Donald Trump was elected president has been over the future of the American health care system. As Republicans in Congress do their best to push Trump's Health Care Bill through Congress, the GOP is facing increased backlash from Americans on the left, right, and in the center.

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It was nearly eight years ago when Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, into law and changed how millions of Americans received their health insurance. With the new law came daily opposition from Republicans who accused the former president of attempting a socialist government takeover of the Health Care System, with the GOP controlled Congress voting over 60 times to repeal Obamacare.

With Obama in the White House, their vote was merely symbolic and had no chance of advancing past the president's desk. Since the election of Donald Trump, however, Obamacare's future looks bleak, especially with Republicans holding a majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. After first struggling to make it out of the House, the GOP bill known as "Trumpcare" is now being debated in the Senate, which was made public earlier this week. The reception has been almost universally negative, forcing the president to speak out in defense, which was seen during a June 24 tweet.

Taking to Twitter account on Saturday morning was Donald Trump as the commander in chief did his best to promote the health care bill in question.

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"Democrats slam GOP healthcare proposal as Obamacare premiums & deductibles increase by over 100%," Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Remember keep your doctor, keep your plan?"

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As expected, Donald Trump's tweet about his health care bill caused a negative reaction on social media. "It's #saturdaymorning; do you know where your President is?...well, probably on Twitter saying something silly," Rob Szczerba tweeted.

"Republicans are sabotaging Obamacare to make the toxic Trumpcare more appealing," director Adam Best wrote, before adding, "Trumpcare is 'keep your mortician, keep your plot.' Just get to your grave a whole lot sooner.

A death warrant for millions of Americans." "Because the healthcare plan kicks off millions of people. Why aren't you negotiating with insurance companies?" Tony Posnanski added.

"Remember when you promised not to cut Medicaid, which is more effective than private insurance? The GOP bill would break that promise," Ben Spielberg went on to post. As the backlash continued, it was clear that the fight over health care was far from over.