President-elect Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas met Tuesday at Trump Tower in New York City, where the president-elect has been holed up for days working to choose people to serve in his administration.
President-elect Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas met Tuesday at Trump Tower in New York City, where the president-elect has been holed up for days working to choose people to serve in his administration. Paul Sancya AP
President-elect Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas met Tuesday at Trump Tower in New York City, where the president-elect has been holed up for days working to choose people to serve in his administration. Paul Sancya AP

Trump, Cruz meet privately days after election

November 15, 2016 05:57 PM

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