Democrats have responded gleefully to the Trump administration's failure to repeal and replace Obamacare, a cornerstone pledge of the president's election campaign.
The decision to pull the "Trumpcare" bill moments before the vote because the proposal didn't have enough support - even among Republican congressmen - represents the most serious defeat for the White House thus far.
Democrats, who have been fighting to save the Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama's signature healthcare plan, didn't enjoy their victory gracefully: instead they took to Twitter to celebrate and proverbially rub salt into the wound.
They roundly mocked Mr Trump for his campaign promise that he was going to "win so much" his supporters would be "sick of winning".
Hillary Clinton, who has kept out of the limelight since losing in the presidential election, came back with a vengeance, declaring the failed bill a "victory for all Americans".
Today was a victory for all Americans. pic.twitter.com/LX6lzQXtBR— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 24, 2017
And then she tweeted stories about a series of people who she said had been helped by Mr Obama's health plan:
Natarsha, whose breast cancer was caught early because of a screening at Planned Parenthood, which Republicans would defund. pic.twitter.com/oTXMjrw8Tv— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 24, 2017
Ryan, who was born with a disability and with the support of his family and world-class health care has had a lifetime of opportunities. pic.twitter.com/aHB9xvWU34— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 24, 2017
Some made a rare show that politicians can have a sense of humour, Bob Menendez, a Democratic senator from New Jersey pointed out that help was at hand, if Mr Trump needed to treat his wounds.
Hey Republicans, don't worry, that burn is covered under the Affordable Care Act— Senator Bob Menendez (@SenatorMenendez) March 24, 2017
Others chose to drive their message home, with Monopoly.
GOP must fully absorb the message sent loud & clear by grassroots America and echoed in today's failure: Stop playing games with health care pic.twitter.com/AQZdm0B1JM— Senator Jeff Merkley (@SenJeffMerkley) March 24, 2017
And others, like the Democrat's Ways and Means Committee's official Twitter account decided that they didn't even need words: