Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell met with President Trump over dinner at the White House Monday, according to a statement issued by the Federal Reserve.
In addition, Vice Chairman Richard Clarida and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were in attendance.
"Chair Powell's comments in this setting were consistent with his remarks at his press conference of last week," according to the statement. "He did not discuss his expectations for monetary policy, except to stress that the path of policy will depend entirely on incoming economic information and what that means for the outlook," the statement said.
Trump famously took issue with the Fed's moves to raise rates last fall, in tweets and interviews, saying they weren't necessary and were harmful to the economy.
The Fed's open markets committee pointedly changed its statement language following its latest meeting last week, prompting markets to surge on expectations the Fed will be more guarded in raising rates this year.