CNN reported Thursday that Trump and Romney will discuss "governing moving forward," citing a senior Republican source.
NBC’s Bradd Jaffy, citing a source close to Trump “with direct knowledge of his thinking,” reported that the meeting would center on the position of secretary of state.
The meeting would be a dramatic departure from the bitter relationship between the two in recent months.
In March, as it became clear that Trump had a strong chance of winning his party’s nomination, Romney delivered a blistering speech against Trump’s candidacy. The former Republican presidential nominee called him a “phony” and a “fraud” and asserted that Trump would diminish “prospects for a safe and prosperous future.”
During the general election, Trump wrote that Romney lost the 2012 presidential election “like a dog."