President Donald Trump said his country has finally ended its worst trade deal between them and Mexico and Canada, NAFTA

US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to hail the progress of the Mexico-Us-Canada deal in the House of Representatives, stressing that it was his country’s best trade deal. 
The representative said via Twitter that the new contract would support farmers, manufacturers, the energy sector and trade unions.
The America’s big usmca business bill looks good. It will be the best and most important trade agreement ever in the US. Good support for everyone – farmers, manufacturers, energy and trade unions. Most importantly, we will finally end our worst trade agreement for countries, NAFTA!
Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 10, 2019
It is important to point out that we will finally end the worst trade agreement in our country, NAFTA.
In another letter, he also emphasized Democrats’ support for the ratification of the agreement.
It looks like Democratic support is pretty good for the USMCA. This is going to be great for our country!
Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 10, 2019
Vice President Mike Pence also used Twitter to celebrate T-Mike’s progress in the House of Representatives, confirming that it has achieved another achievement under Donald Trump.
From day one, President Trump promised to fight for trade deals that put American employees and workers first, and T-MEC does just that.
Thanks to the strong leadership of President @realDonaldTrump and the efforts of our administration last year, Speaker Pelosi and congressional Democrats eventually agreed to the voice of the American people, who agreed to allow a vote on the #USMCA in the House of Representatives.
Vice President Mike Pence (@VP, December 10, 2019)
In another letter, Pence said the new trade deal would create more jobs for working families, which are the backbone of the U.S. economy. Workers win with Trump.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will announce her support for a revised U.S. trade deal in the coming hours after a long series of negotiations. That would be an important legislative victory for President Donald Trump, on the same day that Democrats presented formal positions in the firing process.
The California Democrat said the revised treaty between the United States, Canada and Mexico was an important step forward from the original North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
The chairman of Pelosi’s media and arbitration committee, Richard Neal, held a news conference Tuesday morning.
With information from AP
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