Trump predicts Republicans and Democrats will ‘come together’ on health care plan

WATCH ABOVE: U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday that because the individual mandate of Obamacare will no longer be enforced it is "essentially repealed," but with many still counting on Obamacare to help them with costs they wouldn't normally be able to afford, Obamacare may still show signs of life.

President Donald Trump is predicting that Democrats and Republicans will “eventually come together “on a new health care plan for the country.

Sending a Twitter post early Tuesday from his Florida resort, Trump said “the very unfair and unpopular Individual Mandate has been terminated as part of our Tax Cut Bill, which essentially Repeals (over time) Obamacare.”

Much of former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act remains intact, however, and the sign-up period for the various options was carried out as normal this year.

Majority Republicans sought repeatedly to repeal the 2010 law this year, but couldn’t get it through the Senate.

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Trump his wife, Melania, and their son, Barron, spent Christmas at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

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