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US President Donald Trump will travel to Asia in November and will visit countries like China, Japan and South Korea.
"It will be a busy 10 days," Trump told reporters abroad Air Force One travelling with him to Florida.
Trump said this while responding to a series of questions on his travel to Asia later this year.
"Probably be visiting (to China). I was invited by the (Chinese) President. We'll probably all be going over as a group sometime in November," he said.
"And we'll be doing Japan, South Korea, possibly Vietnam with a conference," he added in an apparent reference to the ASEAN Summit in Philippines.
However, he did not say if he will travel to Philippines and Vietnam.
Trump said he has a good relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
"We have a very good relationship with China and with the President of China. We are working on different things. I can't tell you, obviously, what I'm working on. But believe me, the people of this country will be very, very safe," he said.
"I think that a lot of effort is being put into this. We're looking at what's going on. As we speak, we are literally at it right now, and you will be seeing what we'll be doing?" Trump said.
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