US and Mexico reach a trade deal, paving the way to replace NAFTA
The U.S. and Mexico struck a trade deal on Monday that paved the way to replace NAFTA, the current agreement between the two nations and Canada. President Donald Trump said the deal would be called The United States-Mexico Trade Agreement, getting rid of the NAFTA name. "The name NAFTA has a bad connotation because the United States was hurt very badly by NAFTA," he said. Trump added that the deal will help farmers and manufacturers. "We've made it better" for both countries.