President Trump said Tuesday congressional Republicans would advance a tax reform bill out of conference quickly because GOP lawmakers are largely in agreement on the legislation.

"I think something is going to be coming out of conference pretty quickly as opposed to long term," Trump said before lunch with a handful of Republican senators at the White House on Tuesday.

"We're all on the same page. There's a great spirit in the Republican Party like I've never seen before -- like a lot of people said they have never seen before. They have never seen anything like this community so I think a lot of very good things are going to happen and they are going to happen very fast."

House Republicans voted Monday to advance the tax reform bill to conference, meaning lawmakers from the House and Senate will now sit down to iron out the differences between the tax plans each chamber passed.

Trump touted the hard work his party has put into advancing its tax reform package over the past several weeks. Republicans have expressed a desire to put the bill on Trump's desk by Christmas.

"We had some very late nights getting the tax cut bill to conference," Trump said. "I think we're going to make it so it comes out very beautifully."