President Obama and President-elect Donald Trump have spoken periodically about various transition issues, a Trump aide said Sunday.
Beyond their face-to-face meeting on Nov. 10, "they've been talking regularly on any number of issues," Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said on NBC's Meet The Press. That includes a Saturday phone call that lasted 40-45 minutes, she said.
"I can tell you from President-Elect Trump's side that he very much enjoys speaking with President Obama, talking about the serious issues that face this country and the world," Conway said.
"They get along nicely," she added. "They disagree on many things. That's not going to change."