Senators on both sides of the aisle seem eager to vote on the future of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), but they do not have a timeline as to when it could be passed in the House as Democrats. remain focused on impeaching President Donald Trump.
The Daily Caller spoke with over 15 senators about the USMCA who all shared their views on the future of the agreement. The USMCA, a change from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), is a bipartisan trade agreement that some think could benefit America’s farmers, ranchers, businesses, and workers. Once approved by Congress, the USMCA is supposed to help longstanding trade problems by giving American businesses more freedom to sell their goods and services throughout North America. More