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Donald Trump said Friday he had a "busy day" planned as the Republican president-elect – confronted with the magnitude of the task ahead – begins building his administration before entering the White House in 70 days.Rudy Giuliani, the city's former mayor and Trump stalwart who is reportedly being considered for a cabinet position, also headed up to the billionaire's residence along with other campaign staff.The names of several Trump surrogates have been tossed about for top-level post, including Giuliani, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former House speaker Newt Gingrich and Senator Jeff Sessions.Trump appeared more subdued than usual, and was unusually cautious and deferential in his remarks.White House officials said Obama and Trump discussed a range of issues including global hotspots and the president's meetings next week with leaders from Germany, Greece and across the Asia-Pacific.Trump has already been in touch with several world leaders including British Prime Minister Theresa May, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with whom he reaffirmed Washington's strong relations.
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