As Pelosi departs for Taiwan, the Biden team tries to quell the anger in China.

The House Speaker is scheduled to meet the President on Tuesday. Unusual friction with the White House was brought on by the Speaker's travel.

On Bloomberg Television, John Kirby, a spokesman for the National Security Council, discusses Nancy Pelosi's travel to Asia.

In an effort to defuse escalating tensions with China over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's anticipated travel to Taiwan

The White House emphasised that there has been no change in US policy toward the island and urged Beijing to hold off on taking any forceful action.

Pelosi is anticipated to arrive via private aircraft at Songshan Airport on Tuesday around 10:20 p.m. local time.

The Liberty Times reported the information without mentioning where it came from.

She would be the highest-ranking US official to visit the island in 25 years thanks to the historic trip.

China has threatened "severe consequences" for Pelosi's visit and claims Taiwan to be part of its territory.

Tuesday's trip to Taiwan is anticipated by Pelosi, according to those familiar with her plans.

According to one of the persons, Pelosi has a meeting with Tsai Ing-Wen, the president of Taiwan, scheduled for Wednesday.

However, another person claimed that the details of the meeting are still being worked out.