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Sitting at a large conference table and flanked by his top aides, including Stephen Bannon, Jared Kushner, Reince Priebus, and Conway, Trump also told the attendees that Mitt Romney, who had been an unvarnished critic during the campaign, now “desperately wants” to be Secretary of State under Trump.
The two men met at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, over the weekend.
Rather, said one, “He is the same kind of blustering, bluffing blowhard as he was during the campaign.” Another participant at the meeting said that Trump’s behavior was “totally inappropriate” and “fucking outrageous.” The television people thought that they were being summoned to ask questions; Trump has not held a press conference since late July. He said that since the two met at the White House, two weeks ago, they have spoken twice on the phone.
Instead, they were subjected to a stream of insults and complaints—and not everyone absorbed it with pleasure. Toward the end of the campaign, it got to a point where I thought that the coverage was all about [Trump’s] flaws and problems. When I interviewed Obama for nearly two hours last week, he was obviously doing his best to avoid insulting or provoking a man whom he had previously declared “unfit” and “uniquely unqualified” for the Presidency.