Trump to meet with Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, North Carolina governor, others
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump was scheduled to hold additional meetings on Wednesday as he forms his administration before taking over from Democratic President Barack Obama on Jan. 20.
The Republican president-elect has held more than 80 meetings so far, according to his transition team.
This week, Trump was to meet with the following people:
* Democratic Chicago mayor, former White House chief of staff for U.S. President Barack Obama and political director under former Democratic President Bill Clinton
* Republican governor of North Carolina who on Monday conceded the state’s gubernatorial race to his Democratic challenger
* Oklahoma attorney general, whose name has been mentioned as possible Environmental Protection Agency administrator
* Was also scheduled to meet with Trump on Nov. 28
* Chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants whose name has been mentioned as possible labor secretary
* Second meeting with Trump
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* Retired U.S. Navy Admiral, former supreme allied commander of NATO, dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University
* U.S. Senator from West Virginia, a Democrat
Trump has also invited technology industry leaders for a meeting on Dec. 4, according to media reports citing transition officials. Reuters could not immediately confirm the reports.
(Reporting and writing by Doina Chiacu, Susan Heavey and Eric Walsh; Editing by Jonathan Oatis, W Simon and Frances Kerry)