Critics of President Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice their displeasure at the administration’s decision to end health insurance subsidies some experts see as central to the Affordable Care Act.

Many Democrats predictably framed the move as another chapter in the almost decade-long Republican assault on the Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama’s signature domestic policy accomplishment.

Other critics, including Republican Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a frequent intraparty Trump detractor, worried that the move would cut Floridians’ access to care.

And still others accused the Trump administration of playing politics instead of looking for real health care solutions.

In a statement yesterday, Trump contended the subsidies were illegal.