President Donald Trump and his administration have been working to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) since he took over the Oval Office. Though there has been friction with Mexico, Trump managed to strike a deal with them and Canada that reforms some of the current trade regulations between the three nations.
When Trump settled on the USMCA (United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement), the U.S. and its neighbors negotiated a trade deal and sent it back to their respective legislatures for approval. Mexico already gave the deal its seal of approval, becoming the first of the three nations to do so.
Canada and the U.S., however, haven’t seen as much progress.
In the U.S., Speaker Pelosi hasn’t gotten around to…