Thune: Congress Should Pass USMCA As Soon As Possible

Thune: Congress Should Pass USMCA As Soon As Possible

“Congress should pass this agreement as soon as possible and allow farmers, ranchers, and the rest of the American economy to start realizing the benefits.”

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) today discussed the benefits that the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) would have for farmers, ranchers, and the U.S. economy. Thune called upon House Democrats to commit to taking up and passing USMCA without further delay.

3 thoughts on “Thune: Congress Should Pass USMCA As Soon As Possible”

  1. Well, if the Democrats don’t jump on getting this done, they should suffer in the elections next year. This is another example of the Dems putting party ahead of country.

  2. It’s interesting that Senator Thune responds highly to the USMCA however little is spewed from the Senator’s mouth about the US/China trade war that is crippling the US agriculture and manufacturing base in the U.S stifling innovation and capitalism. Since Thune has no formal experience in anything other than maybe basketball and working for the government, one can see why the Senator doesn’t understand the high consequences to his constituents over the Trump tariff follies. Has the Senator become “tariff man” along with the tariff man himself?

    And let’s see how the Senator answers the question if Republicans were ever for tariffs in their platform (at least since the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Act that drove the U.S. into the Great Depression).

    I have never seen more incompetent Republican senators as those of Thune and Rounds.

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