Hours after seemingly supporting a bipartisan senate proposal over the future of health care in the country, The White House said President Trump is now against it. 

The President praised the plan yesterday, which would still make payments to insurers that Trump blocked last week.

The President called it a good short-term deal as he set his sights on repealing and replacing Obamacare.

The White House now said that while Trump is in favor of finding a solution he said he opposes the deal.

The agreement involves a two-year extension of federal payments to insurers. 

If the money is not quickly restored, insurers say it will result in higher premiums for people buying individual policies. 

Currently the cost-sharing with insurers helps to lower expenses for more than six million people through lower co-pays and deductibles.

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer signaled support for the proposal saying it could help stabilize insurance markets.

It's still unclear if there will be enough support to pass the bill.