Trump, Nieto, and Trudeau Sign US-Canada-Mexico Trade Deal Replacing NAFTA

President Donald Trump has joined the leaders of Mexico and Canada to sign a revised North American trade deal.
Trump gathered with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and outgoing Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on the sidelines of Friday’s meeting of the Group of 20 nations in Buenos Aires.
The revamped deal, which Trump calls the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Trump has long raged against NAFTA. He says the new agreement “changes the trade landscape forever.”

Lawmakers in each country must now ratify the agreement.
That could prove to be a difficult task in the United States, especially now that Democrats will control the House of Representatives come January. Already Democrats and their allies in the labor movement are demanding changes.
US President Donald Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Pena Nieto, the leaders of the largest states in North America, are taking part in a signing ceremony to kick off the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires on Friday. 
After the deal is signed, it will need to receive approval from the countries' respective legislatures.
Since Donald Trump's election in 2016, he has been calling on NAFTA's signatories to renegotiate the deal, in the hopes of reaching a more advantageous agreement.