Donald Trump and the Republican Party had their chance to repeal and replace the affordable care act, or Obamacare, but were unable to get on the same page. After Trump was forced to pull the bill before a vote could even take place, Hollywood stars decided to celebrate across social media.

Hollywood on Trump

For the better part of the last decade, Republicans have pushed back against Obamacare, using their opposition as their top talking point. Whether it's on a national or local level, Republican politicians have vowed to take part in the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, promising to do whatever is in their power to replace the law.

With Donald Trump in the White House and a GOP-controlled Congress, conservatives had their best opportunity to fulfill their promise. However, Trump was unable to rally his troops, and the Republican Health Care Bill, known as the American Health Care Act, didn't even receive enough support to be put up for a vote. As seen across Twitter on March 25, celebrities have decided to express their joy.

"Trump and Ryan were probably the kind of students who drop a course right before the final because they could afford to take the class over," actor George Takei wrote on his Twitter account.

Actor and comedian John Fugelsang also chimed in, mocking Donald Trump for putting the blame on Democrats for the GOP health care bill not having support. "'The losers are Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer' who 'own Obamacare' aka 'I failed to kill healthcare & will now openly root for it to fail,'" Fugelsang tweeted.

"On the bright side, MY day is going fu**ing GREAT!," talk show host Drew Carey tweeted out, while using the hashtag "#SunnyInLA" and attaching to an article titled "This Is Donald Trump's Worst Day as President." Filmmaker Michael Moore also gave his thoughts in a series of tweets.

"Speaker Ryan now apologizing 4 not being able to destroy the lives of 26 million Americans," Moore wrote, before stating, "'Growing pain' he calls it. They'll keep trying."

Actor and director Rob Reiner also didn't hold back his opinion, as he ripped into the former host of "The Apprentice." "DT is a complete failure.

He must be removed before he fails at something that will cost people's lives. Independent com," Reiner wrote using the hashtag "#Trumprussia." In response to Trump's most recent message on Twitter, actress Rosie O'Donnell gave her thoughts. "WE ARE WORRIED BECAUSE U R IN OFFICE - UNSTABLE - UNFIT - UNPRESIDENTIAL - TREASON DOLALD - U R BUSTED," she wrote in all caps.

Moving forward

With their health care bill viewed as a total failure, Republicans will have to find a way to come together and move on to the next part of their agenda. Though Donald Trump continues to lash out against Obamacare, as seen during his Saturday morning tweet, the GOP is unlikely to focus on health care in the near future.