Frenemies Donald Trump & Barack Obama Meet For the First Time EVER At the White House For Transition Talks

The most powerful man in America and the one elected to replace him, met at the White House this morning for more than 90 minutes in a public display of unity intended to help the country digest the shocking results of Tuesday's presidential election.

Donald Trump entered the White House for the first time since his shocking election victory for talks about the transition process with outgoing US President, Barack Obama.

The two men had never met each other. President-elect Donald Trump said he intended for the getting-to-know-you meeting to last ten to 15 minutes but it went on much longer, delving into areas of policy.

He described sitting President Barack Obama as a 'very good' man when it was finished as a pack of reporters hurled questions.

"I very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. He explained some of the difficulties some of the high flying assets, some of the really great things that have been achieved," Trump said of his meeting.

Obama told reporters his top priority is to 'ensure our president-elect is successful'.

"I have been very encouraged by…the interest in President Elect Trump's wanting to work with my team," he said.

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