[W]ith or without the USMCA agreement, the coming year will be complicated.
Can you imagine a start to 2020 where Trump announces that his country is leaving NAFTA, a few weeks after adding Mexican drug cartels to the list of terrorist organizations—something that could happen on Friday?
Almost three years after the start of his presidency, Trump remains committed to building the border wall, a cornerstone of his 2016 election campaign.
[T]he U.S. president must know that Mexico does not feel obligated by NAFTA II to agree at all times with Washington’s decisions on matters of regional or international cooperation.
Trump’s "tariff bombs," which he says are to protect the United States’ industries, are shaking the world trade order.
The president of the United States believes that a trade war ... strengthens his relationship with his main constituency. But ... there are indications of the opposite.