As the debate over health care wages on in Washington, Donald Trump has made sure to give his side of the story. Just moments after reassuring Senate Republicans that not passing his health care bill would be "OK," he took to Twitter to lash out at the affordable care act.

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It's the debate that doesn't ever seem to end well with Republicans and Democrats on the opposite end of the political spectrum when it comes to health care. Over the last eight years, the United States has been running its health care system under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, which was signed into law by former President Barack Obama in January 2010.

In the years that followed, Democrats were often backed into a corner in their defense of the law, with Republicans making sure to push back on an almost daily basis. Since the election of Donald Trump, Republicans have their best chance to repeal and replace Obamacare, especially with the GOP in majority-control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate. After an initial struggle, House Republicans were able to pass what is now known as "Trumpcare," which currently awaits a vote next month in the Senate. After the Congressional Budget Office released a less than stellar score for the bill earlier this week, the pressure has only mounted on the White House to make a move. As seen in a pair of tweets on June 27, Trump is not backing down from the fight.

Taking to his Twitter feed on June 27 was Donald Trump, who made sure to hit back at Obamacare in the process. "With ZERO Democrats to help, and a failed, expensive and dangerous ObamaCare as the Dems legacy, the Republican Senators are working hard!" Trump tweeted.

In a follow-up tweet sent just minutes later, Donald Trump commented on his meeting with Senate Republicans from earlier in the day. "I just finished a great meeting with the Republican Senators concerning HealthCare," Trump wrote on his Twitter feed, while adding, "They really want to get it right, unlike OCare!" During the aforementioned meeting, Trump and the GOP decided to delay a vote on the bill until after July 4, likely due to the negative reaction in the media and from so many Americans.

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As the fight over the future of health care in the United States heats up, only time will tell how it all plays out. With Donald Trump and the Republican Party in position to get the bill across the finish line, Democrats and liberals around the country are crossing their fingers and hoping for a miracle.