U.S. President Donald Trump was cheery on Thursday about abnormal state exchange converses with Chinese authorities in Washington however said no last arrangement would be made until he meets with Chinese President Xi Jingping.

The United States and China opened a urgent round of chats on Wednesday went for crossing over profound contrasts over China’s protected innovation and innovation exchange practices and facilitating a months-in length duty war.

Trump was booked to meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at the White House as talks close on Thursday.

“China’s best exchange arbitrators are in the U.S. meeting with our agents. Gatherings are running great with great purpose and soul on the two sides,” Trump said on Twitter.

“No last arrangement will be made until my companion President Xi, and I, meet sooner rather than later to talk about and concede to a portion of the long standing and progressively troublesome focuses.”

Trump said negotiators are working to complete a deal, leaving “NOTHING unresolved on the table” before the March 1 deadline agreed by both sides.


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