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Pres. Obama and Trump let their guards down at White House

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By Mona Austin


President Obama and Donald Trump met for the first time on Thursday to begin talks about the official transfer of power to the newly elected leader.  Obama was expected to hold the meeting with his nemesis for 10 minutes; it ran 90.  The two men had never met.  Their conversation centered on making a smooth transition into the White House and staffing needs.  Afterwards Trump said he looked forward to receiving future "council" from Obama.  They shook on it.  Trump and his wife, who also got her initial introduction into the White House,  headed to the Capitol to meet with GOP leaders where he had lunch with House Speaker Paul Ryan. And so began the political novice's foray as a Washington insider.

"I have been very encouraged by the, I think, interest in President-elect Trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces. And I believe that it is important for all of us, regardless of part…

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