On Friday, Donald Trump was forced to cancel a vote in the House of Representatives in regards to the Republican health care bill after failing to gain enough support to ensure it would pass. In response, it was only a matter of time before comedian Bill Maher gave his thoughts.

Maher on Trump

Even before the Affordable Care Act was signed into law by former President Barack Obama back in 2010, Republicans made opposing the health care reform their top form of opposition against the Democrats. National, state, and local conservative politicians all used anti-Obamacare rhetoric to gain popularity in red states and right-wing districts, which was no different than when Donald Trump decided to run for president.

Despite this, Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and the GOP were unable to get on the same page when it came to health care, and the dream of a repeal and replace of Obamacare is now out the window. Following Friday's big story, Bill Maher used the opportunity to rip into the Republican Party and Trump during the March 24 edition of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher."

Kicking off his show with his routine opening monologue was Bill Maher who wasted no time in digging into Donald Trump and the Republican Party. "I know why you're happy, because Republicans failed their repeal of Obamacare so it means you can continue to take whatever drugs you are on right now," Maher joked.

Maher then compared the GOP health care effort to a man finally spending an intimate night with his dream girl, only to be unable to perform. "It's like if the girl of your dreams tells you to take her to bed but your...," he said, while motioning with his hands in the form of a flaccid penis.

"This looks bad for Trump," Bill Maher continued, while adding the punchline, stating, "You know what Putin thinks about failure." Not stopping here, the atheist comedian explained that the bill didn't get off the ground due to the lack of support from the Freedom Caucus, which Maher labeled "The artists formally known as the Team Party." Explaining that Paul Ryan cut even more from the original GOP version of the bill, but."it still wasn't good enough for the freedom caucus." Using his best metaphor, Maher compared the Freedom Caucus' demands to someone wants to create a bill that destroys all the bridges, but complains that the people at home were still alive.

"Republicans just have to admit that crafting is just not your thing," Bill Maher said of the GOP in Congress. "Calling into talk shows and ranting about Mexico?

Yes...Secret gay sex at a highway rest stop? Yes, but not legislation," he added. Maher concluded his monologue by running down the hearing of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

Next up

While Bill Maher and other liberals are celebrating the Republican' disastrous defeat on health care, Donald Trump is still in the drivers seat in the White House. Putting health care in the rear-view mirror, the president is now setting his goal on tax reform, which is expected to result in a similar fight in Congress with the Democrats.