BEDMINSTER, N.J. (WTXF/AP) - President-elect Donald Trump is kicking off another day of meetings at his Somerset County, N.J., golf club.
Numerous patriots will be coming to Bedminster today as I continue to fill out the various positions necessary to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2016
Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday, "Numerous patriots will be coming to Bedminster." He added that he is continuing to "fill out the various positions necessary to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"
Trump's Sunday schedule in Bedminster includes New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Earlier, he and Vice President-elect Mike Pence took a break and attended a church service.
The two have been working from Bedminster to pick people to lead Trump's upcoming administration. Trump and Pence left Trump's golf club shortly after 10am and entered the nearby Lamington Presbyterian Church.
The media were not allowed inside the white chapel; Trump staff said the church requested that.
Trump met with 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney Saturday. Pence said Romney is "under active consideration" by Trump for secretary of state, "along with some other very distinguished Americans." On "Fox News Sunday," Pence said the meeting with Trump was a "warm and substantive" exchange. He said the team spent about an hour together and that Romney and Trump did have some private time.
Trump also met with retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, considered a contender to lead the Pentagon.
Trump said he may announce some of his picks on Sunday.
While Trump will be heading to the White House in January, it's not clear if his wife and 10-year-old son will be immediately joining him full-time.
Spokesman Jason Miller said Sunday there is "obviously a sensitivity" about pulling Trump's son Barron out of school in the middle of the academic year.
Miller was responding to a report in the New York Post, which said Melania Trump and Barron Trump would not be moving to Washington after the inauguration.
Incoming White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus says President-elect's Donald Trump's continued involvement with his business will comply with federal laws.
Priebus told CNN Trump's meeting with a group of Indian real estate developers last week reflects his unique background as a politician, but won't affect how he governs.
Priebus also discussed Trump's threat to pull federal funding from cities that don't enforce immigration laws, calling it a matter for negotiation.
Similarly on immigration, Priebus isn't saying that Trump will take action against all those currently living in the country illegally. Asked about deporting children brought to the United States illegally, Priebus said that any discussion of how to handle their cases would be delayed until after the U.S. border is secured.
Pence said he wasn't offended when he was challenged by the cast of the Broadway hit "Hamilton" and encourages everyone to try to see the sold-out show.
Pence had attended the show Friday night with his daughter, and said he heard some people in the audience cheer and others "boo" at his presence. Pence told "Fox News Sunday" he told his daughter, "That's what freedom sounds like."
At the end of the show, actor Brandon Victor Dixon challenged Pence from the stage, saying the cast was concerned about the Trump administration. President-elect Donald Trump on Twitter demanded that the cast apologize and suggested the show was overrated.
In his interview Sunday, Pence said Hamilton was an "incredible production" involving a very talented cast. On whether he thinks an apology was necessary: "I'll leave it to others whether that was the appropriate venue to say it."
The cast and producers of Hamilton, which I hear is highly overrated, should immediately apologize to Mike Pence for their terrible behavior— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2016
Still, Trump renewed his Twitter complaints about the Broadway hit.
Early Sunday morning, he wrote the cast and producers "should immediately apologize to Mike Pence for their terrible behavior." He also said he heard the show was "highly overrated."
Rating Democrats, Trump said Sen. Chuck Schumer is "far smarter" than Sen. Harry Reid.
Reid of Nevada is retiring as the Senate's top Democrat; Schumer of New York will take his place as the Democratic leader.
Trump on Sunday spent the morning ranting on Twitter about "Saturday Night Live" and the Broadway hit "Hamilton." Schumer had conducted several television interviews that were being aired Sunday.
I have always had a good relationship with Chuck Schumer. He is far smarter than Harry R and has the ability to get things done. Good news!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2016
Trump said: "I have always had a good relationship with Chuck Schumer. He is far smarter than Harry R and has the ability to get things done. Good news!"
Pence said repealing President Barack Obama's health care plan is the new administration's first priority. He says Trump "wants to focus out of the gate" on repealing "Obamacare."