Earlier in Trump’s presidency, he managed to put together the USMCA deal.
This deal will not only better the situations of countless American workers, but also foster a higher quality of trade deals between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
Unfortunately, the USMCA deal is only just now gaining real traction as a result of Democrats’ decision to drag their feet; the left is more interested in ramming a sham impeachment through government than they are in actually working for the nation’s best interests.
In a fascinating turn of events, 2020 Democrat and Sen. Elizabeth Warren professed that she will, in fact, support USMCA. According to Washington Examiner, Warren’s backing of USMCA places her at odds with fellow socialist Bernie Sanders; Sanders has already stated that he won’t back the trade deal because he doesn’t believe it goes far enough.
Both Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are known for being two peas in a pod and very similar to one another, especially in regards to policy.
Why is Elizabeth Warren Backing USMCA?
Towards the end of last week, the 2020 Democrat opined that USMCA will ultimately aid American workers who “have had the legs taken out from underneath them.” During talks with an affiliate for CBS in Boston, Warren furthermore claimed that the president’s trade deal will engender stable markets for farmers and the betterment of labor standards.
However, despite her support for the USMCA deal, Warren still offered censure towards the bill and towards President Trump. The senator professed that Trump placed Americans in a “terrible hole” and that USMCA doesn’t amount to her preferred standards of improvement.
In the wake of USMCA’s success, Democrats have attempted to take credit for the work of Trump and his administration. Republicans, however, are not allowing the left to pat themselves on the back for work they didn’t do.
More on the USMCA Deal
USMCA would’ve gotten a lot further by this point, had Democrats not dragged their feet for over a year. Although Trump first introduced the new trade deal in late 2018, the House only got around to approving it last month. Instead of working for Americans, Democrats were too busy cooking up false narratives about Ukraine and impeachment.
In the wake of the House’s support for USMCA, the Senate must now vote. A Senate vote on the trade deal is projected to take place during the beginning of 2020. Due to the GOP’s control in the Senate, USMCA is expected to garner the necessary amount of votes.
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