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President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has floated Mitt Romney's name as secretary of state, and the two men met privately over the weekend in New Jersey. (Associated Press)

Mitt Romney offers to assist Donald Trump in Cabinet

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Mitt Romney went hat in hand to meet President-elect Donald Trump this weekend and offer his services to someone he denounced as unfit to be commander in chief, signaling the GOP establishment’s near-complete capitulation to an outsider who defied the party and captured the White House.

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Donald Trump's transition team hits major snags

- The Washington Times

President-elect Donald Trump's transition to the White House is running into its first major snags, with former Rep. Mike Rogers abruptly quitting as a national security adviser Tuesday and top ally Ben Carson saying he has no interest in a cabinet slot.

Wary of how the press treats Donald Trump, Republicans have the least amount of trust in the media, a Gallup poll finds. (Associated press) **FILE**

Concerns grow of press kept at bay during Donald Trump presidency

- The Washington Times

President-elect Donald Trump never hid his contempt for the news media during the campaign and has continued to keep the press at bay after winning the election, raising concerns he will end the tradition of allowing a pool of reporters to cover his every move in public.

President-elect Donald Trump gives his acceptance speech during an election night rally Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Donald Trump must act on promises

- The Washington Times

ANALYSIS: Now that Donald Trump has pulled off the biggest upset in U.S. presidential election history, he'll have to produce on the tallest promises any president has made in recent memory.

The Shaw University band leads students on a march to the polls at Chavis Park in Raleigh, NC., on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. (Juli Leonard/The News & Observer via AP)

Polls held open in 2 North Carolina precincts

- The Washington Times

The North Carolina Board of Elections voted during an emergency after-hours meeting to extend voting hours in two counties as a result of issues encountered shortly after the polls opened Tuesday morning.