President Donald Trump says a new trade pact being signed by the United States, Mexico, and Canada is a "model agreement that changes the trade landscape forever."
President Donald Trump said he would to deploy the U.S. military and close the southern border if Mexico did not move to halt large groups of migrants headed for the United States from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
The House Ways and Means chairman says he's optimistic for a new U.S.-Canada trade agreement before Oct. 1.
U.S. officials have already filed with Congress notice of a trade deal with Mexico, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says.
Casey Guernsey says the U.S. agriculture industry needs trade certainty and he supports President Trump's mission to seek fairer deals.
Trump also reiterated his Friday deadline for Canada to join the NAFTA replacement, which Trump coined "The United States-Mexico Trade Agreement" earlier in the week.
U.S. lawmakers warned, however, that a bilateral U.S.-Mexico trade deal would struggle to win approval in Congress.
The on-camera announcement of a trade deal with Mexico got off to an awkward start.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador would be the first leftist Mexican presidential in decades.
Mexico will never finance such a project, the country's president, Enrique Pena Nieto, tweeted on Tuesday.
Talks to rework NAFTA are not advanced enough for the U.S., Mexico, and Canada to announce a deal "in principle" at this month's Summit of the Americas in Lima.