But he met with Trump on Saturday for what he told reporters was "a far-reaching conversation with regard to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the United States of real significance". The newspaper denied the charge and said Trump's aides tried to change the rules.
Trump has scheduled two meetings with the publisher and journalists from The New York Times on Tuesday.
A top adviser said Trump is now focused on matters that are essential in setting up his administration, not on comments he made during the heat of the campaign.
The source added: "Trump didn't say (NBC reporter) Katy Tur by name, but talked about an NBC female correspondent who got it wrong, then he referred to a frightful network correspondent who cried when Hillary lost who hosted a debate - which was Martha Raddatz who was also in the room".
Alt-right news outlets that are perceived as being Trump-friendly highlighted the meeting as a "take-no-prisoners move by a courageous president-elect", The New York Times reported.
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Even as Trump and his team discussed pressing issues facing the country and how to staff the incoming administration, he insisted again Sunday that the cast and producers of "Hamilton" should apologize after the lead actor told Pence from the stage Friday night that "diverse America" was "alarmed and anxious".
"She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many ways", Trump said, according to the Times.
NEW YORK - Donald Trump pledged to prosecute his rival, Hillary Clinton, during the presidential race. "Instead, the president-elect delivered a defiant message: You got it all wrong", it reported.
When asked about the president's weekend meeting with Romney and reports that Romney is being considered for secretary of state, Gingrich said it's up to the president-elect to make the decision, and that the pair would have to "talk it through", according to a pool report. In an interview on "60 Minutes", he called the Clintons "good people". He told the Times, "I disavow and condemn them".
Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser for the transition, said Monday the president-elect wanted to hear viewpoints from across the political spectrum, including from "Never Trumpers" who she said "are looking forward to having a say in what happens next".