And Trump ran a bitter campaign against Hillary Clinton, invoking scandals from Bill Clinton’s past in the final stretch of the race – and vowing to sic a special prosecutor on the former secretary of state to probe her use of a private email server.
As for Carter, he said last week he wanted to maintain close ties with the Trump administration as the Carter Center works to eradicate a number of illnesses, including Guinea worm disease.
"Of course, we are dependent, in some cases, on U.S. AID. I'll be going to the inauguration," said Carter. "I'll be meeting with President-elect Trump, and also with the new secretary of state, who has charge of U.S. AID, to let them know what we're doing."
Upon arriving in Washington on Friday, he told TMZ that he had simple advice for him:
“Oh, just do a good job and tell the truth.”
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