Trump's special counsel, Michael Cohen, confirms the two are meeting at Trump's private residence Tuesday evening before then going out for dinner. No word on where they will eat, but they're not ordering in.
Palin's office called Trump's office to request the meeting, says Cohen. No word on what the two will be discussing. When asked if the meeting has anything to do with the possibility of Trump getting back into the presidential race, Cohen had no comment.
"I can't rule out anything," Trump told Fox & Friends last week when asked about jumping back in the race. "It's vital that we choose the right person, and at this moment, I don't see that person."
Palin's stop in New York is part of her "One Nation" bus tour that started on Sunday in Washington, D.C.