The Trump administration recently finalized the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a wide-ranging trade deal to replace NAFTA. The new pact is such a huge win for American workers and companies that even Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, one of Trump’s fiercest critics, gushed that “the president deserves praise.”
It’s easy to see why both parties are excited about the USMCA. It preserves the best parts of NAFTA and creates new export opportunities for American firms. In particular, the pact will fuel America’s ongoing energy renaissance. Congress should waste no time in ratifying the deal.
USMCA builds on everything its predecessor, the