Two advisers to his Federal Communications Commission transition team are opponents of the rules, as are the two Republicans on the FCC. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Cisco CEO Chuck Robins and Orcale CEO Safra Catz are also expected to attend the meeting.
Among those confirmed to attend were Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and Oracle chief executive Safra Catz, those companies said. Two days ahead of this tech summit, more names have come forward who have been invited and will be attending the first ever meeting of the tech leaders with the US President-elect.
An Intel spokeswoman and a Microsoft spokesman declined to comment. Uber's Travis Kalanick, will not attend because he will be traveling in India all week, according to a person familiar with his plans.
While support for Trump was thin among technology executives during the presidential campaign, Bezos and Trump clashed the most publicly. Trump has criticized Bezos and another of his companies, Amazon.
Bezos is doing the responsible thing for Amazon investors in attending the summit even though it promises to be a "groveling session made for reality TV", said Michael Pachter, analyst at Wedbush Securities. "He has to be honorable and protect his shareholders".
Invitations were sent to Silicon Valley leaders last week to meet with the president-elect.
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Gizmodo gets into why the summit could be "super awkward", notably because Trump has "consistently trash-talked" Silicon Valley.
"For non-state terror actors, the United States must develop the ability - no matter how hard - to track down and incapacitate those responsible", Trump said in an early October statement ahead of one speech. Other significant issues that could be discussed are possible repatriation of overseas earnings and corporate-tax reform, said Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
Those concerns have not been assuaged in recent weeks as Trump has threatened to upset trade relationships with China, a key market for USA tech companies, and appoint officials who favor expanded surveillance programs.
Bezos and Trump have had a long-running spat, played out largely via Twitter, beginning last December after the candidate attacked The Washington Post for publishing unflattering reports about him.
When the meeting will be held tomorrow, it is to be seen whether Jeff Bezos and Trump could be able to leave the disputes behind as at number of times, Bezos has felt the insults at the personal level.
In June, Trump's campaign revoked the Post's press credentials, accusing the newspaper of being a front for Amazon's political agenda.