Trump announced the dinner, praising the tech leader in the tweet for his investments in the U.S.
"Looking forward to dinner tonight with Tim Cook of Apple. He is investing big dollars in U.S.A." Trump wrote.
The dinner conversation will take place just days after the president met with a number of business leaders from various industries who were affected by his administration's mounting trade conflict with several foreign countries.
Cook and Trump have talked trade issues before. The pair last publicly talked in April when the Apple CEO visited the White House.
Cook's visit came at a time that he and other tech industry leaders were pushing Trump for a more open trading relationship with China, where Apple maintains some manufacturing facilities.
The Trump administration's trade relationship with China has since deteriorated, with the White House issuing billions of dollars' worth of more tariffs on China that have been met with reciprocal measures from Beijing.