Donald Trump meeting with Gov. Romney tonight amid Sec. of State rumors

The Trump Team is promising some very important transition announcements Tuesday, one of which could involve Gov. Mitt Romney.

Donald Trump is barreling ahead with another round of Cabinet picks, naming Georgia Congressman Tom Price, a fierce critic of Obamacare, to lead the Department of Health and Human Services.

"The most important thing that the American people understand and appreciate is that it's destructive to their healthcare," Price said.

One of the thorniest issues, who will fill the coveted position of Secretary of State? It appears Trump is still pondering his options.

The President-elect is slated to dine with Mitt Romney tonight, a signal the 2012 Republican nominee is still in the running for the job in spite of the protests of some of Trump's top aides.

Adding to the intrigue, Trump plans to sit down with another candidate for the role of the nation's top diplomat, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker.

After meeting with retired Four-Star General David Petraeus Monday, Trump tweeted he "was very impressed."

But Petraeus, who's in the running for a variety of national security and defense slots, could be a problematic pick.

Petraeus comes with his own baggage.

He stepped down in 2012 as CIA director amid fallout from an extramarital affair and was convicted of a misdemeanor for sharing classified information with his mistress.

He's currently on probation in that case.

Check back with Fox 13 for the latest picks from the Trump Transition Team.

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