[Now] that the White House is finished with Mexico, it is Canada who is called into the parlor.
[Trump] is determined to end the program when it does not concern the parents of his wife.
Trump has ensured supporters that ... demand for American-made auto parts will increase. However, this does not guarantee that production will move to American soil.
With this inevitable confirmation, Trump will ensure a conservative court.
[I]t seems clear that Trump’s “divide and conquer” strategy has prevailed and that Mexico has effectively dropped Canada in order to conclude a separate agreement with the United States.
Trump’s future will be defined by the next midterm elections.
Much of this is the fault of the Trump administration. The White House has been singular in its contempt for its trading partners and in its dismissal of any concept of a North American community.