Yeah, because Congress doesn’t have to do their job regardless.
The business of America goes on despite Putin/Trump sticking his finger in everyone’s eye.
Let’s see if McCommie lets it go thru the Senate…. gotta get another wacko appointed to the court….
You know what’s funny? He could have gotten that through congress a lot more easily by not being such a distraction. And it wouldn’t have required even an inquiry into his illegal activities. Many presidents of both parties have managed to get bipartisan legislation through without impeachment. Trying to connect USMCA to impeachment is just silly.
If that’s what it takes to get you gone………well, alright.
He thinks he’s a smart cookie, but he’ll crumble when he’s impeached….maybe not now but when the congress is all dominated by Dems.!
What an idiot. And tiny’s not too bright either.
Can Trump even call it his deal anymore? There have been a lot of changes in it to bring it to look more like the old NAFTA.
The dems have been willing to move on the USMCA for months but Nancy wanted to hold off simply for political reasons. Not that republicans don’t do the same thing, but that’s all that’s going on here. The republicans agreed to the minor tweaks put up by the dems and off we go. This all could have happened 6 months ago. So why now? I think it’s partially to do something positive as much of America is getting burned out on the impeachment drama, but more importantly this gives cover to the dems seeking reelection in areas where trumpo won in 2016. Either way, this is a good step and the USMCA is good for America and our economy. Mexico and Canada have not ratified it yet as they were waiting for the final version once approved here, but there’s no indication that they won’t ratify it, in fact, quite the opposite.
The sad fact is, dems wanted nothing to do with a reworked NAFTA as it is a clear win and campaign promise fulfilled by Trump. Again, put the shoe on the other foot and the republicans would act the same. Congress is a special kind of evil.
Politics are strange. Historically, conservatives have opposed protectionist policies like this deal. Now that Trumpism has taken over the Republican party, they fall in line and pretend it is conservatives that wanted what unions have been demanding for decades.