During a recent campaign speech, Melania said she would focus on combatting cyberbullying as first lady. The plan, however, was categorised by many as ironic due to Donald’s online presence.
After Thursday’s sit-down, Barack said that he and Donald had an “excellent” and “wide-ranging” conversation, which touched on both foreign and domestic policy, as well as White House organisational issues.
Said the president, “As I said last night my No. 1 priority is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures … the president-elect is successful. I have been very encouraged by President-Elect Trump’s interest in wanting to work with my team in many of the issues this country faces. I believe that it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of personal preferences” to work together going forward.
The president-elect also seemed positive about the meeting, and called the president a “very good man, very good man.”
This story originally appeared on PEOPLE.com
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