Presidential candidate Donald Trump says his meeting Thursday with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and other staff was "terrific."
Trump says in an interview airing on Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor" that "I think they wanted to really discuss unity and I like discussing unity too."
Shortly after his nearly hour-long visit, the GOP front-runner tweeted about the "very nice" meeting.
The real estate mogul has had an often-contentious relationship with the RNC, arguing that the Republican Party has failed to treat him "fairly," and said he no longer feels bound to the pledge he made to support the GOP nominee.
Trump also met in Washington with a group of foreign policy experts that he says he'll be announcing Friday.
He says the group had "some amazing discussions" about topics including his refusal to rule out dropping nuclear bombs, including on Europe.
Trump says those in attendance agreed with his stance on the subject as well as his call for the U.S. to overhaul its involvement in NATO.
Many foreign policy experts have expressed alarm at both ideas.