On Wednesday, President Trump officially signed the Phase 1 Deal at the White House, taking the first major step in reducing trade tensions with China. In summary, the trade deal focused on increasing Chinese expenditure on American goods, reducing theft of American corporate technology, and eliminating currency manipulation. By signing this agreement both countries are notably making an effort to cooperate and reduce the economic strain felt by both countries and the world.
Commonly known as NAFTA 2.0, the United States-Mexico-Canada trade deal (USMCA) was recently passed through the House with bipartisan support and is expected to pass through the Senate early next year. The bill was signed by President Trump and the executive figures of both Mexico and Canada last year and continues to require approval from the respective countries legislative bodies. The lengthy legislative procedure associated with this agreement has given Pelosi and the Dem