Donald Trump and President Obama in the Oval Office
WASHINGTON - President-elect Donald Trump says he's looking forward to benefiting from President Barack Obama's "counsel" in the future.
Trump was speaking at the end of his meeting Thursday with Obama in the Oval Office. He's suggesting he may turn to Obama for advice on governing.
Trump said he looks forward to being with Obama "many, many more times." He said they discussed a host of topics.
Trump said that Obama explained "some of the difficulties" but also "some of the really great things that have been achieved."
Trump is noting that the meeting was expected to be short, but lasted almost 90 minutes. He said as far as he's concerned, it could have gone on much longer.
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