Sunday, November 20, 2016

Donald the Uniter: Trump's transition team aims to mend fences, push GOP unity before inauguration



Allegations that Trump is divisive have been greatly exaggerated by lying snake in the grass Democrats.
Fox News reports President-elect Donald Trump’s White House transition effort is starting to look like a 2016 GOP presidential primary reunion, with former rival Rick Perry scheduled for talks Monday as part of an apparent effort to mend fences and build party unity ahead of Inauguration Day.

On Sunday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a primary rival-turned Trump backer, was part of a parade of officials who visited the president-elect, who moved his transition team's headquarters for the weekend from Manhattan to Trump’s private golf club in Bedminster, N.J.

The most high-profile visit this weekend was the arrival Saturday of former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who during the 2016 campaign called Trump a “fraud” and publically backed several of the other 16 major candidates whom Trump vanquished in the primary.


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