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Will a Mitt Romney position come out of Trump's weekend flurry of meetings?

Buck Sexton
President-elect Donald Trump and Mitt Romney leave the clubhouse after their meeting at Trump International Golf Club, November 19, 2016 in Bedminster Township, New Jersey. Trump and his transition team are in the process of filling cabinet and other high level positions for the new administration. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

TheBlaze host Buck Sexton, former CIA, filled in for Glenn Beck Monday and talked with John Schindler, national security columnist for The New York Observer.

The two put their minds together to wrap reason and rhyme behind President-elect Donald Trump's busy weekend, fitting together the beginnings of a commanding executive cabinet.

In a volley of 20 meetings over the weekend, Trump showed he could move his political chess pieces faster than his progressive opponents — and the media — could accurately guess at. But meeting with former Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, didn't go unnoticed and plenty of speculation followed.

“If you want someone negotiating for your side in an international trade deal, I think Mitt Romney would do a darn good job,” Buck said.

"I don't think any of his negatives as presidential candidate remotely apply... remotely have anything to do how he’d do as secretary of state, and I would welcome his appointment, as would a lot of people in DC and not just the Republican Party.”

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