"Time" magazine has named President-elect Donald Trump as its Person of the Year, calling him "President of the Divided States of America".

FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:

Mr. Trump says the country was already divided and he's vowing to put it back together.

He also told the NBC "Today Show" he's getting closer to naming his pick for Secretary of State and talked about his expanded pool of candidates, including Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson:

(President-elect Trump) "He's built a tremendous company over the a period of years, with great style."

The President-elect said he's not holding a grudge against Mitt Romney for saying negative things about him:

(President-elect Trump) "It's not about revenge, it's about what's good for the country."

He confirmed Romney is still under consideration, and said an announcement on Secretary of State could come next week.

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is Mr. Trump's choice to be Ambassador to China.

In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.

(Nadav Kander for Time Magazine via AP)
(Nadav Kander for Time Magazine via AP)

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