The first two days of the U.S.-Mexico trade talks on Wednesday will focus on a trade agreement, but Trump and Clinton will hold separate sessions in the capital as they continue to negotiate the deal, according to the administration.
The meeting is the first since President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal last month, a move that triggered massive protests across the U, Mexico and Central America.
Trump has repeatedly criticized the deal.
The White House and Clinton’s office have said the two sides are discussing ways to avoid a trade war and that they want to “build on our good working relationship.”
In the coming weeks, the Trump administration is expected to try to salvage the trade deal through other trade negotiations with other countries.