President-elect Donald J. Trump visits The New York Times for a meeting
President-elect Donald J. Trump visited The New York Times Tuesday afternoon for a meeting with the paper and to make peace.
Prior to his arrival New York Times employees waited in the entrance foyer of the building to catch a glimpse of Trump as he entered the building. Trump bypassed the media and crowd by entering the building through an alternate route.
A few key highlights from the meeting included Trump denounced 'alt-right' movement's racist wing, he also defended his top adviser Steve Bannon and said he is no longer looking into further investigating Hillary and her emails.