As the Trump campaign ramps up its fundraising drive, some officials are worried the president may not get his tax overhaul done in time for the inauguration.
But the new administration is expected to be a different beast.
The administration is taking a more conservative approach to the tax overhaul than previous administrations, with a focus on lowering rates and cutting spending.
The new president also wants to overhaul the U.S. trade system, which the GOP-controlled Congress is pushing to do before the end of the year.
The new president has also been working to get a deal done on the Keystone XL pipeline, which is expected in Congress next week, but a Republican congressional majority is opposed to it.
Trump has been taking a hard line on trade with China, and the president has said he would make China pay for a wall along the southern border.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump would meet with Xi at the White House on Friday.