WASHINGTON D.C. - President Trump says the new China trade deal may be signed here, in the Midwest.
"Looking at a different couple of locations. Could be in Iowa. It's something we are discussing." Trump tells reporters at the White House.
"You know why? Because it would be the largest order in history for farmers. So to me Iowa makes sense. I love Iowa." He said.
The new trade deal could be ready for signing in a mid-November meeting with China's President Xi Jinping. If so, it would be the third visit to Iowa for the Chinese leader.