Obama and Romney to meet Thursday

 

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President Barack Obama will have lunch with former Governor Mitt Romney at the White House on Thursday, the White House announced Wednesday.

It will be the first meeting between the two since Obama won re-election over Romney three weeks ago.

In his statement, Press Secretary Jay Carney said there will be "no press coverage of the meeting."

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