You win some, you get impeached some.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced Tuesday that Democrats had reached a deal with the White House and were officially endorsing the USMCA trade deal. It would've been a glowing example of bipartisanship if Pelosi hadn't walked to this 10 a.m. press conference from one at 9 a.m. where she announced articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Democrats and The White House have been in talks for months to create a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement, which has effectively gone defunct amid Trump's criticism. Pelosi called the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement "much better than NAFTA" on Tuesday, but also said "it is infinitely better than what was initially proposed by the administration." And after it was endorsed Monday by the AFL-CIO's leader, Pelosi emphasized it was more of a "victory for the American worker" than for Trump.
Trump also praised the USMCA as "the best and most important trade deal ever made by the USA" in a tweet just ahead of the conference — and then went on a rant about the impeachment announcement Pelosi had just made. Pelosi put it best in her USMCA conference when asked about the "whiplash" morning: "The day is young."