Trump plans to host China's Xi in April

US President Donald Trump plans to receive his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping this April at his Mar-a-Lago hotel complex in Florida, media reports said on Monday.

The official cautioned that the plan is only tentative at the moment.

Axios, which first broke the news, cited officials familiar with the planning as saying that the summit will be a "working session" with no golfing planned.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is expected to finalize plans for the summit with Chinese officials as he arrives in Beijing this week, the official added.

Trump entered office highlighting grievances with the Chinese regime including concerns over the USA trade deficit with China, charges that China is manipulating its currency and opposition to China's territorial claims in maritime areas. Relations between China and the USA have been high over the South China Sea dispute and U.S.' decision to deploy an anti-missile defense system in China's neighboring state of South Korea against the emerging nuclear threat from North Korea, which has been a longtime ally of China.

When they aren't discussing security challenges, the two world leaders are likely to focus on trade.

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The announcement came shortly after Trump had a phone conversation with Xi for the first time since taking office.

Trump has made recalibrating United States trade relationships a central tenet of his administration's agenda, and during the campaign, he repeatedly railed against the trade imbalance between the USA and China.

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