With the North Carolina Governor’s race officially settled after his concession, Governor Pat McCrory will be making a visit to New York City on Wednesday for a one-on-one meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.
Trump’s transition team announced the meeting on Tuesday, with Trump spokesman Sean Spicer telling reporters that the Governor will meet with Trump in Trump Tower sometime Wednesday. No further details have been made public at this time.
Governor McCrory’s team has yet to confirm the meeting.
The President-elect is slated to visit Fayetteville Tuesday night as he continues his “Thank You Tour” through crucial swing states that voted for Trump on Election Day.
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This past summer, while campaigning in North Carolina, Trump was asked by the News & Observer if McCrory could potentially be given a job in his administration. Trump replied, “Certainly, it would be something I’d consider.”
McCrory’s resume outside of the governor’s mansion includes experience in both the public and private sector. He previously worked for Duke Energy, the Moore & Van Allen Law Firm, and spent 14 years serving as a councilman and mayor of Charlotte.
McCrory was also appointed by President George W. Bush to the Homeland Security Advisory Council in 2002, serving on the committee for four years.