It's no secret that Donald Trump hasn't always seen eye to eye with his own Republican Party. In his latest rant on social media, the president once again took a shot at the GOP.

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When Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in June 2015, he did so by quickly making headlines when he referred to illegal immigrants as "rapists" and "murderers." In the months that followed, many in the GOP worried that Trump's influence on conservative voters would become a negative to the Republican brand, which appeared to be the case as the former host of "The Apprentice" went on to win the primary election.

Fast forward until last November and Trump pulled off one of the most shocking and historic upsets in recent political history with his win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Though Republicans now control the White House and have the majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate, the president has clashed with his own party on a variety of issues, including the future of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and tax reform. As seen during multiple tweets on September 8, Trump is going back on the attack to throw shade at his fellow conservatives in Washington.

Taking to his Twitter account on Friday, Donald Trump hit back at Republicans for not making a move to repeal Obamacare, while calling them out on their past failures.

"Republicans, sorry, but I've been hearing about Repeal & Replace for 7 years, didn't happen!" Trump tweeted out, before adding, "Even worse, the Senate Filibuster Rule will never allow the Republicans to pass even great legislation." "8 Dems control - will rarely get 60 (vs. 51) votes. It is a Repub Death Wish!," he continued.

Not stopping there, Donald Trump then pushed for Republicans in Congress to make a move on tax reform, which the White House has put added focus on in the last week.

"Republicans must start the Tax Reform/Tax Cut legislation ASAP," Trump posted, while noting, "Don't wait until the end of September. Needed now more than ever. Hurry!" Trump's tweets come just days after bailing on House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to cut a deal on the debt ceiling with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.

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As Donald Trump and the Republican Party continue to have issues with each other, the president is also struggling with many others around the country. In the latest polls to be released, Trump's approval rating has dipped down to just 35 percent after just over eight months in the White House.