As competition for the position of secretary of state increases, President-elect Trump has met with a few choice contenders for the position, including Mitt Romney.
President-elect Donald Trump moved to fill out his Cabinet Tuesday, tapping Georgia Rep. Tom Price to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. Aides signaled that at least one other Cabinet nomination was imminent.
The president-elect appeared to still be torn over his choice for secretary of state. He summoned former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to New York for dinner Tuesday night to discuss the post for a second time. He was also meeting with Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who was getting new attention from Trump's team. On Monday, Trump spent an hour with retired Gen. David Petraeus, another new contender.
Trump's decision to consider Romney for the powerful Cabinet post has sparked an unusual public backlash from some of his closest aides and allies. Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has warned that it would be a "betrayal" to Trump supporters if he selected Romney, who was a fierce critic of the president-elect.