Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has made no secret of his dislike of President Trump's daily tweeting habit.

McConnell said on Friday he's changing his mind, at least over the most recent string of tweets from the White House, which have touted the GOP's recently-passed tax cut bill and other Republican legislative accomplishments.

"With regard to the presidents tweeting habit, I haven’t been a fan until this week," McConnell said. "I‘m warming up to the tweets actually."

Trump tweeted Friday about what his administration "has done on Legislative Approvals (broke Harry Truman’s Record), Regulation Cutting, Judicial Appointments, Building Military, VA, TAX CUTS & REFORM, Record Economy/Stock Market and so much more..."

The Kentucky Republican said he and the president "have established a really good working relationship," and "worked together seamlessly" on tax reform.

McConnell said he anticipates Republicans and the White House be aligned on an agenda next year and said he will meet with Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., in early January to decide on top legislative priorities.

Trump on Friday tweeted about taking up infrastructure legislation in 2018, which is a top priority for McConnell.

McConnell's wife, Elaine Chao, is the transportation secretary.

"At some point, and for the good of the country, I predict we will start working with the Democrats in a Bipartisan fashion," Trump tweeted. "Infrastructure would be a perfect place to start. After having foolishly spent $7 trillion in the Middle East, it is time to start rebuilding our country!"