The current Republican health care proposal is sitting in the Senate and is not getting the kind of support that Donald Trump was hoping for. With both liberals and conservatives not pleased with what the GOP has put forward, the president has decided to lash out on social media.

Trump on health care

After Donald Trump announced that he was running for president back in June 2015, he quickly made targeting the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, a central theme of his campaign. Vowing to repeal and replace Obamacare had been a familiar rallying cry and talking point for Republicans for the better part of the last decade, but it sounded different coming from Trump.

Due to his controversial rhetoric and unorthodox approach, the former host of "The Apprentice was able to pull off the upset win and become the new commander in chief. However, since that time, Trump has been unable to get the GOP to fully back his proposal. After initially failing to pass in the House of Representatives, House Speaker Paul Ryan was able to get enough support to move the bill into the Senate. Despite this, the Congressional Budget Office released their negative score last week, much to the chagrin of the White House. As seen during a June 30 tweet, the president is ready to move forward with no answer on the health care.

Taking to his Twitter account on Friday morning was Donald Trump and the president looked ready to throw the towel in on his health care plan.

"If Republican Senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately REPEAL, and then REPLACE at a later date!" Trump tweeted.

If Donald Trump is able to convince Republicans to repeal Obamacare without putting a replacement in place, tens of millions of Americans would lose access to health insurance, including women, children, senior citizens, and those who are disabled.

While Trump promised to create a "great" health care alternative, he doesn't look too worried about risking the lives of the American people to get his political agenda in place.

Moving forward

After only six months in office, Donald Trump is facing an approval rating that is hovering around just 40 percent. With the negative perception surrounding his heath care bill, in addition to the growing Russian scandal, the backlash to his controversial tweets and executive orders, as well as constant in-fighting within his own administration, only time will tell how the future of his presidency plays out.