Editorial cartoon by Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator
I seriously doubt that Donald's new trade deal with Mexico will any more successful than his denuclearization deal with North Korea.
Assuming that the deal contains any substance at all, it has three obstacles standing in its way:
Approval by Congress
Approval by Canada
Approval by the lame duck president of Mexico before the end of his term
In the likely event that it fails to clear obstacles 1 and 2, the deal will need the approval of the new Mexican president, who seems unlikely to simply rubber-stamp the actions of his predecessor.
Donald's ill-considered foreign policy moves are as empty as his mind.