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Trump To Meet With Romney For Secretary Of State

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Infidel Ali

Enough of the “unity” bullshit, it will kill everything we need to get done. I certainly Trump will return the favor of loyalty to those of us who actively supported and voted for him.

Hannity just commented on the matter, on his radio show: “I hope Donald Trump doesn’t fall for this,” citing bad choices that are kissing Donald’s ass at the last minute to get jobs and power.

UPDATE identifying which cabinet position, excerpted from CNBC: Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will meet with Donald Trump this weekend to discuss the secretary of state position, a source close to the president-elect with direct knowledge of his thinking told NBC News.

In March, the former Massachusetts governor called Trump “a phony” and “a fraud” when discussing the then-candidate. He also campaigned with Ohio Gov. John Kasich in the Buckeye State during the primaries. Trump has called Romney a loser and has said he “choked like a dog” during his 2012 presidential campaign against President Barack Obama.

Others reportedly under consideration for the secretary of state position include former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. Keep reading

Original tweet and article:

Excerpted From International Business Times: President-elect Donald Trump is reportedly going to meet with former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, CNN reported Thursday. Romney came out staunchly against Trump during the election cycle, but now the former Massachusetts governor could reportedly land a cabinet position in the new administration.

The news was reported on Twitter by CNN’s Deirdre Walsh, who said she was passing along information from Mark Preston, the executive editor of CNN Politics. Trump reportedly plans to meet with Romney over the weekend and talk “governing” as well as a potential cabinet post. Trump is the first person elected to the presidency with no experience in government or the military.

The candidates for the cabinet have expanded somewhat, with the president-elect reportedly considering South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley for a position, despite the fact that she criticized Trump early in the campaign before switching her stance. Romney would also represent a significant departure after he made a speech railing against Trump during the campaign.

“His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader,” Romney said in his March remarks. Trump, in turn, slammed him as a choker who lost in 2012. Trump endorsed Romney against President Barack Obama in that election.

After the initial tweet, CNN reported the information was obtained through a source that declined to specify which cabinet positions Romney may be up for.

Despite being a part of the anti-Trump movement, Romney reportedly called to congratulate the president-elect after he won. He also tweeted a message urging Trump to let his more gracious victory speech “be his guide and preserving the Republic his aim.” Read the whole thing

  • RubyTwoThree

    Sure would be nice if millions of Americans got on their Twitter feeds and told Donald no.
    I find it offensive to even think about Romney, Cruz, Fiorina, Kaisch, any RINOs working in our gov’t. America is full of talented people, the point of Trump was to end the bullshit, and no, I am not buying the keep your enemies closer nonsense.

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