President-elect Donald Trump allegedly paid a $1,000 dinner bill for two women at a restaurant in Washington, D.C.
When the president-elect arrived at his D.C. hotel, he was greeted by cheers from campaign surrogates and fans. He then spent a few minutes at the hotel's BLT Steak restaurant, where Florida resident Jenna Setticasi was eating, as well. The woman had an encounter with Trump, who hugged her and then paid her $1,000 bill.
Trump was also pictured in a selfie with Setticasi's friend, Michelle Rosser-Seiz, as can be seen on the Daily Mail site.
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"OMG just hugged Donald Trump," the woman wrote on Facebook. She revealed in a separate post that Trump comped her bill.
"I love you, Trump," she exclaimed in a video she took that was posted to Facebook. "Make America great!"
Trump appeared at a dinner in D.C. honoring Vice President-elect Mike Pence -- crediting Pence with helping to persuade critics to embrace their ticket.
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"They all liked Mike. They were a little bit ... concerned with me," Trump said in a speech to laughter from the crowd of around 500 people, The New York Times reported.
Trump's speech lasted around 25 minutes, and he not only praised Pence but also poked fun at him for declining to endorse him in the Indiana primary. Pence instead endorsed Gov. Ted Cruz of Texas, whom Trump took aim at during his speech, calling him a "smart guy," but saying he was "a little late to the plate."
Trump also slammed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, whom he said could be "nasty."
In his speech, Trump took time to criticize the "Never Trump" movement of Republicans who vowed not to vote for him.
"They're really now on a respirator," he said. "They're pretty much gone."
The president-elect also touched on the issue of immigration.
"We’re working on the border. We want people to come into our country, but we want them to come in legally," he said.