"I really believe Nancy Pelosi and the House will approve it, I think the Senate will approve it rapidly", Trump said.
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seated at his side, President Trump predicted on Thursday a "very bipartisan" vote in Congress for adoption of the new NAFTA - when he can get a vote in the House on it.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday took a break from high-level Washington talks to gently remind his American hosts that, for the first time ever, a basketball team from Canada had won the NBA title.
President Donald Trump isn't sure whether he'll invite the Toronto Raptors to the White House. As he explained, it could certainly happen but will hinge on whether or not the Raptors express interest in doing so. I put together a little bit of Raptors swag.
It's doubtful that President Trump did, in fact, watch a single second of the NBA Finals although you have to hand it to him for trying to convince us otherwise. They were not invited back when they repeated as champions in 2018.
Head coach Nick Nurse said Wednesday he had been in contact with Ottawa to schedule the meeting, but said he had "heard nothing about the White House".
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He was rewarded in just the second over when Trent Boult demolished Quinton de Kock's stumps, sending him back for just five. Lungi Ngidi takes the wicket! The early wicket was followed by South Africa losing wickets at regular intervals.
"We recognize, however, that the U.S.is going through its process and we remain alert to potential challenges and opportunities that may come through that process". By the same token, Trump could think it's less important to invite a Canadian-based team to the White House.
In 1992, George H.W. Bush welcomed the Toronto Blue Jays to the executive mansion after their World Series win, but the Jays' repeat triumph the next year resulted in no such visit during Bill Clinton's new administration.
Politics aside, Nurse says he truly doesn't know if there will be a trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. "We're here (in Canada)".
"We're here, let's go see Trudeau up in Ottawa".
Sounds like a plan to me.