Donald Trump is expected to visit the French capital, Paris, on Friday, where he is set to sign a trade deal with the European Union.
A number of US states, including Texas, Alabama and Kentucky, are on his shortlist to sign the pact.
US President Donald Trump arrives at the White House in Washington, DC, in June 2016.
Photo: Getty ImagesThe agreement would be the first trade deal between the two countries, but Mr Trump has been criticised by some US states over his plans to move the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
US trade agreements are signed on behalf of the US.
But Mr Trump is a vocal critic of the agreement and has threatened to withdraw it.
“I have made clear to the president that I will withdraw the United States from this agreement and he is going to have to either accept it or renegotiate it,” Mr Trump said in a speech to a joint session of Congress in April.
The deal is seen as the most significant US-EU trade deal since the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) was signed in 2014.
Mr Trump’s foreign policy adviser, Peter Navarro, said in April that Mr Trump was “committed to working towards a comprehensive, bilateral trade agreement between the United Kingdom and the United State that will benefit all Americans”.