President Barack Obama met privately with Hillary Clinton at the White House on Wednesday.
The two sat down for about an hour to "catch-up and enjoy an informal discussion on a wide range of issues," a White House official said, per a pool report. The former secretary of state, who is considered a potential 2016 presidential candidate, was in town to deliver a speech at the Georgetown Institute For Women, Peace and Security.
According to the official, Obama and Clinton "enjoy getting together in person on a regular basis."
The meeting was not previously announced by the White House. Also on Obama's docket for the day: a private meeting with incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).