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By Tanner Brown / Feb 11, 2019 11:42 AM / World

Mar-a-Lago. Photo: VCG

Mar-a-Lago. Photo: VCG

Some U.S. officials are mulling the idea.

According to Axios, “two administration officials with direct knowledge of the internal discussions” have deliberated holding a summit at Trump’s Florida resort next month, in an attempt to end the trade impasse.

The meeting between the Chinese and U.S. presidents could happen as soon as mid-March, the report said, which would come after the March 1 deadline the U.S. has set to raise tariffs on China if the two countries are unable to reach a trade deal.

A third source told Axios that officials have “discussed other locations, including Beijing, and that it's premature to say where they'll meet or even whether a meeting is certain to happen.”

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