After years of promises, the Republican Party finally took their first legit step in deleting the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, as the law of the land on health care. While conservatives seem pleased, many are not, which included Stephen Colbert.

Colbert on Trump

For the better part of the last decade, the Republican Party has rallied behind the message of opposing Obamacare. Whether it was national, state, or local politicians, conservatives all made sure to add in an anti-Obamacare message to their talking points when running for office. While the GOP has been able to rally angry Americans on the right of the political spectrum, they've failed to have much successful when it comes to actual legislative action.

During the eight years that Barack Obama was in office, Republicans in Congress voted over 60 times to repeal Obamacare, only to have it die in either the Senate or at the desk of the president. However, that all changed with the election of Donald Trump who made attacking the Affordable Care Act a central theme during his campaign. After a failed attempt at a repeal earlier this year, the former host of "The Apprentice" was able to get on board with the rest of the GOP and pass through their health care bill in the House of Representatives. As seen during the May 4 edition of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on CBS, host Stephen Colbert made sure to give his thoughts.

During the Thursday night edition of "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert continued the theme of pushing back against Donald Trump and the White House, this time turning his attention to health care.

"So they did it!" Colbert said, before going into a run-on sentence trolling the GOP over their attempt at destroying Obamacare.

"'Obamacare is finally officially dead' is something they can say once the bill goes to the Senate, then gets out of committee, is debated on the floor where amendments can be added, then the Senate votes on their bill, which is sent to conference committee, where the difference between the two bills are ironed out, then voted on in the House and Senate again, then sent to the White House for the president to sign," Stephen Colbert said.

"That's why Republicans where chanting, "We're number one...third of the way through a very complex process," he continued.

Double down

Stephen Colbert then hit back at the Republicans for allegedly throwing a "massive beer bash" to celebrate, despite "not accomplishing anything yet." Colbert then went on to mock Chief of Staff Reince Preibus for making a botched football analogy in regards to the health care vote, all to the laughter of the audience.

Colbert's remarks come just days after his controversial joke about Trump and Vladimir Putin that resulted in conservatives calling for him to be fired by CBS, though nothing has come out of their boycott.