This file photo taken on October 22, 2016 shows President-elect Donald Trump during a campaign event at the Eisenhower Hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
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Two weeks on, Trump still TrumpTwo weeks on from his election victory, Donald Trump shows every sign that he will govern as he campaigned -- with late night tweet storms, attacks on the press and a flirtation with the extremes of US political life.If the Washington political class was expecting Trump the populist provocateur of the campaign trail to use his hiring choices to move to the institutional mainstream, it could well be disappointed.Moderate ears did prick up when Republican former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, a stern Trump critic during the campaign, was invited to one of the president-elect's golf clubs at the weekend.Romney -- who has called Trump a phony and a con man -- left the course without anything being announced, and Trump loyalist and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani is also in running for the post.A similar CNN/ORC poll found a narrow majority, 53 percent of voters, found Trump would do a good job.
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