Before South Carolina’s Rep. Mick Mulvaney met with President elect Donald Trump Monday. Earlier, pPolice officers walked through the lobby of Trump Tower.
Before South Carolina’s Rep. Mick Mulvaney met with President elect Donald Trump Monday. Earlier, pPolice officers walked through the lobby of Trump Tower. Andrew Harnik AP
Before South Carolina’s Rep. Mick Mulvaney met with President elect Donald Trump Monday. Earlier, pPolice officers walked through the lobby of Trump Tower. Andrew Harnik AP

Why was Trump talking with South Carolina’s Mick Mulvaney on Monday?

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