PALM BEACH, Florida - U.S. President Donald Trump has been briefed on current discussions on trade, underway between the U.S., and China.
Mr Trump is spending the weekend at his Florida retreat, the Mar-a-Lago club.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and trade expert Peter Navarro, flew to Florida to personally brief the president, while Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, economic adviser Larry Kudlow and other aides joined by phone, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Saturday.
The conference followed further negotiations in Beijing this week.
With 1 March looming as the date tariffs are set to be introduced or re-introduced, the pressure is on for the two economic superpowers to reach an agreement.
There was no official comment or statement coming out fo the Mar-a-Lago meeting, however the president took to Twitter afterwards to say the discussions in Beijing this week, which spanned five days, were "very production."
On Friday Mr Trump said he may consider extending the 1 March deadline.
Talks are set to resume this week in Washington DC.