He wanted to move Mitt Romney into the White House. Now, he’s advising the effort to help settle Donald Trump into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue if the real estate mogul wins it all.

Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt made a name for himself in 2012 as a close confidant of Mitt Romney, overseeing his huge “transition of power” operation.

Now, Leavitt is being utilized by one of Romney’s greatest rivals, with Trump’s campaign seeking his expertise in planning their own White House takeover.

Leavitt, who says he has been in talks with Trump’s transition team, emphasized he is returning the favor for those who guided and advised him during his management of Romney’s transition team.

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