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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said the organization's meeting with Donald Trump today covered "pretty normal stuff."

The meeting came just days after the GOP frontrunner backed out of a pledge to support the eventual party nominee.

He said that the RNC and Trump team discussed process, the July convention and "unity," as Trump said in an interview on "The O'Reilly Factor" today.

"We did talk about unity and working together and making sure when we go to Cleveland, and when we come out of Cleveland, that we're working in the same direction," Priebus said. "And part of that is just talking more and making sure that we have open channels of communication, so pretty normal stuff actually."

Priebus would not say if they discussed Trump's announcement that he would no longer honor his pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee.

"I'm not really worried about...supporting the eventual nominee or the Party. They've all agreed to that, by virtue of signing our data agreement. They're not going to get the data and the tools of the RNC, and run to be our nominee, and tell me that they're not going to support the Party. It doesn't work that way."

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