US House close to approving USMCA deal, says Speaker Nancy Pelosi


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US House close to approving USMCA deal, says Speaker Nancy Pelosi

On Thursday, the 31st of October 2019, the US House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi told that the US House of Representatives were nearing a Northern American free trade treaty, dubbed as USMCA (United States-Mexico-Canada) free trade agreement that replaced a three-decade-old NAFTA deal last year at a meet of US President Donald Trump alongside Canadian PM Justine Trudeau who recently took office for his second term amid scandals of transvestism with photos of Trudeau wearing female dresses released a few weeks prior to the election and Mexican far-right President Manuel Lopez Obrador.

In point of fact, despite steep concerns from Mexico and Canada over ratification of a USMCA deal amid tariff hike on US steel exports which resolved later last month, but a bitterness seemed to be growing with increasing delay in ratification of the deal in the US House of Congress, expressing optimism over a “path to yes” to the USMCA accord that was signed roughly one year ago, Pelosi said on Thursday (October 31st), “We are moving with the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, making progress every day.

I’m optimistic that we are still on a path to yes, and that ... we will come to conclusion soon on that. ”