President-elect Trump arrives for White House meeting with Obama | Reuters

WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trump arrived at the White House on Thursday to meet with President Barack Obama, a White House official said, in the first public step of a transition of power after a bitterly fought election campaign. Trump's motorcade took a South Lawn entrance into the White House, out of view of television cameras

Reuters November 10, 2016 22:01:42 IST
President-elect Trump arrives for White House meeting with Obama
| Reuters

Presidentelect Trump arrives for White House meeting with Obama
 Reuters

WASHINGTON President-elect Donald Trump arrived at the White House on Thursday to meet with President Barack Obama, a White House official said, in the first public step of a transition of power after a bitterly fought election campaign. Trump's motorcade took a South Lawn entrance into the White House, out of view of television cameras. Obama and Trump are to hold a brief photo opportunity in the Oval Office later on Thursday morning. The full transition of power will officially take place on Jan. 20.

(Reporting by Roberta Rampton; Editing by Alistair Bell)

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