Centene's 2017 profit outlook doesn't look great, and the company says it could be caused by Trump's victory. (Photo: iStock)

Donald Trump’s promises to repeal Obamacare have claimed another victim — health insurer Centene Corp.’s 2017 profit outlook.

The company said in a regulatory filing Thursday that Trump’s victory could limit margins in its business selling Obamacare plans, cutting its 2017 profit projections by about 20 cents. The insurer forecast adjusted earnings of $4.40 to $4.85 a share for 2017, compared with the $4.83 average of analysts’ estimates.

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