Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Tuesday he expects President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet at a G-20 summit in Japan this month but that it won’t resolve all U.S.-China trade differences. “I do not see the president’s meeting as a deal closer,” said Mulvaney, speaking at The Wall Street Journal’s CFO Network meeting in Washington. But he added, “keep in mind, stranger things have happened.” Trump predicted Monday that a deal with China would work out as Beijing faces the pressure of U.S. tariffs. The president has said he would decide on extra tariffs on Chinese goods after the G-20, which will be held June 28-29 in Osaka.