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Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump Holds Election Night Event In New York City
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The post-election dust has begun to settle and the reality of a Donald Trump presidency is setting in. If you’re wondering what happens now that Trump is president-elect, we’re here to clear things up. Though he has a plan for his first 100 days in office, he’s got a lot of work to do before he takes over the reins of the nation.

The responsibilities of a president-elect are manifold, from meeting with the current administration to sitting in on security and policy briefings, but there are some ~unique~ steps on Trump’s path to the White House.

Today, he met with President Obama.

The two held an “excellent” 90-minute meeting this morning, according to President Obama, discussing foreign and domestic policy, the organizational process of setting up an administration, how to facilitate a successful transfer of power, and other critical issues. Michelle Obama also gave Melania Trump a tour of the White House and its living quarters, a traditional turnover from one First Spouse to the next.