President Trump just sent a message to those thinking Obamacare replacement is dead and buried Olivier Douliery / Pool via CNP/MediaPunch/IPX
United States President Donald J. Trump, right, and US House Speaker Paul Ryan (Republican of Wisconsin), left, walk down the steps of the US Capitol after attending the Friends of Ireland Luncheon at the U.S Capitol on March 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. Credit: Olivier Douliery / Pool via CNP /MediaPunch/IPX

President Trump woke up early on the weekend, as he often does, to send out some rapid fire tweets to the world.

Yesterday, he took aim at NBC News anchor Chuck Todd, or “Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd” in the president’s words.

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Today, he said that a “strong” and “lov[ing]” Republican Party is being underestimated in the repeal and replace discussion, despite seven years of constant opposition to Obamacare.

Here’s what the president tweeted:

Trump said doubters “[do] not know the love and the strength in the R[epublican] Party” and that talks of repeal and replace are ongoing.

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After the second tweet, Trump shifted gears to say that the real story is “SURVEILLANCE and LEAKING!”

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