Obama, Trump to meet at the White House Thursday
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama has invited President-elect Donald Trump to meet with him at the White House on Thursday.
The president plans to address Trump's victory in a statement from the White House on Wednesday.
The White House says Obama called Trump from his residence in the White House early Wednesday to congratulate him. White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the Thursday meeting is to discuss the presidential transition.
Obama also called Hillary Clinton. The White House says Obama conveyed admiration for the "strong campaign she waged throughout the country."
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway says Obama and Trump had "a very nice talk."
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