Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are likely to discuss the war in Afghanistan and its impact on US-China relations as they prepare to meet for talks in Florida.
Trump and his team are expected to press China to commit more troops and money to Afghanistan, the Associated Press reports.
They may also talk about the war’s impact on American workers in the United States.
In the past, Trump has also expressed support for the Afghan military and criticized China for its human rights record.
Trump has accused China of using the Afghan conflict to gain influence in Asia.
Trump is likely to press Chinese President to end the war, which he says has cost more than $4 trillion and resulted in the deaths of more than half a million people, AP says.
In November, the US-led coalition said that it had spent nearly $4.8 billion on the war.