Over the last two years, Donald Trump has constantly come under fire for a variety of reasons. The latest allegation thrown at the president is that he doesn't care about HIV and AIDS patients.

Trump on AIDS

It's been over three decades since the American public became familiar with HIV and AIDS on a mainstream basis. In that time, the virus has seen an evolution in how the public has reacted, with perception becoming more understanding than in the early years. Despite this, there is still no known cure for the virus which has claimed millions of lives since it became known in the United States and around the world.

High-profiled names like NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson have put a popular face to the virus, while others, like Ryan White, became popular due to the fight and struggle they and their families faced when the news broke of their infection. Fast forward to this past election cycle and the election of Donald Trump. The former host of "The Apprentice" said little about Hiv And Aids, but his constant push to repeal the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, raised questions as to what his thoughts were on the virus and the fight to find a cure. After being sworn into office, Trump had the Office of National AIDS Policy removed from the official government website, which quickly raised a red flag among activists.

As reported by The Hill on June 17, those who have worked for the president are now walking away from their current positions because of how Trump allegedly feels about HIV and AIDS.

According to The Hill on Saturday night, six members on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS have decided to quit, ripping the president during an initial interview and statement with Newsweek.

The six members expressed anger and frustration of Donald Trump's view on HIV and AIDS, going as far as claiming that he simply "doesn't care."

Gina Brown, Michelle Ogle, Ulysses Burley, Scott Schoettes, Grissel Granados, and Lucy Bradley-Springer quit the president's council on the virus last week, not holding back in explaining their abrupt departure.

"As advocates for people living with HIV, we have dedicated our lives to combating this disease and no longer feel we can do so effectively within the confines of an advisory body to a president who simply does not care," their statement read.

Double down

The group noted that they have a better opportunity to combat the virus outside of the White House due to the president's lack of cooperation. "We hope the members of Congress who have the power to affect healthcare reform will engage with us and other advocates in a way that the Trump Administration apparently will not," the statement concluded. As of press time, neither Donald Trump personally, nor the White House, have issued a comment about the resignation of six of their council members, or over the allegation that the president doesn't care about those suffering from HIV and AIDS.