Donald Trump will meet Monday with nearly two dozen top Republicans for the first time in an off-the-record session in hopes of building party unity.
"Mr. Trump is continuing his outreach to Washington and there has been an overwhelming positive response," Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told The Washington Post on Saturday.
The session will be held before the Republican front-runner speaks to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington, Lewandowski said. He would not say who would be attending.
The meeting was arranged by Alabama GOP Sen. Jeff Sessions, whom the developer named head of his foreign policy advisory committee this week, and Trump campaign counsel Donald McGahn and other advisers, the Post reports.
A Sessions spokesman Saturday referred Newsmax to the Trump campaign.
The gathering will be held at McGahn's D.C. law firm, Jones Day, near the Capitol.
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