Over the weekend, President Donald Trump said he will soon send the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to Congress. “We’ll be submitting (it) to Congress very shortly and that’s a great deal for the United States.” Once Congress receives the trade agreement, it starts a 90-day window for lawmakers to approve or reject it. Ten years ago when the U.S. was negotiating a trade deal with Colombia, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi won a rule change that turned off that 90-day clock. That is a possibility again with the new divided Congress.
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