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NEW YORK (CBSMiami/AP) — Oklahoma’s governor met with President-elect Donald Trump on Monday.

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Governor Mary Fallin says she “discussed a wide range of issues” with Trump but that she has not yet been offered a post in his administration.

Fallin, a Republican, is being considered to head the Interior Department, according to Trump aide Kellyanne Conway. Fallin met with Trump at Trump Tower on Monday and said they had a “wonderful discussion.”

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Her meeting with Trump came after he sat down with former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts. Brown indicated he is under consideration to become Veterans Affairs secretary.

Brown, a Republican and member of the Army National Guard, told reporters he believes he is “the best person” for the job. He said his priorities would be to combat veterans’ mental health issues in hopes of preventing suicides.

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As for what’s next for Trump, he’ll be traveling to Florida for Thanksgiving this week where he’ll spend it at his Mar-A-Lago resort in Palm Beach Vice President-elect Mike Pence is traveling to Mississippi, where his son is stationed, for the holiday.