Republicans are "pissed" Thursday about not having been provided with a copy of the Congressional Budget Office's (CBO) estimate of the healthcare bill.

A Senate Republican aide said Thursday that no Republicans have been given the CBO's official estimate of the healthcare bill, details of which were leaked out by Democrats this morning.

"It’s a departure from the way they’ve operated throughout the health debate, and to describe Republicans as pissed would be an understatement," a Senate GOP aide told The Hill.

Democrats released topline numbers from the CBO on Thursday estimating the cost of their reconciliation healthcare bill at $940 billion over the first 10 years. The bill is estimated to save $130 billion over the first decade, and $1.2 trillion in the following decade.

House and Senate Republicans were dismissive of the report on Thursday, saying the health reform plan before Congress would still pile debt onto future generations, and arguing that the health plan's total costs far exceed CBO's estimates.

House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) said the entire CBO report's text would be released likely sometime this afternoon.