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Trump Senior Adviser Shares What She Thinks of Romney Becoming Secretary of State

While Mitt Romney said his meeting with President-elect Donald Trump was "far-reaching" and "in-depth" and Trump agreed that "it went great," resistance to Romney becoming the next Secretary of State has arisen.

Among the jobs Trump has still yet to fill: secretary of state. Internal division over the position again spilled out into the open on Sunday as Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway voiced her concerns with the possibility of Romney landing such a significant position.

Trump supporters "feel a bit betrayed that you can get a Romney back in there after everything he did," Conway said. "We don't even know if he voted for Donald Trump. He and his consultants were nothing but awful to Donald Trump for a year." She added that she was "reflecting what the grassroots are saying."

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker are among other prospects to serve as the country's top diplomat.

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