President Donald Trump is expected to sign into law new legislation opposed by China that calls for increasing high-level visits with Taiwan, according to administration officials.
The president could sign the measure into law in the coming days, said officials familiar with the issue.
The action has set off a vigorous internal debate between White House advisers who favor conciliatory policies toward China and others pushing for tougher trade and security policies toward Beijing.
A White House spokesman said he had no announcement on the legislation
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