In the midst of turbulent times, the Biden administration is scrambling to make changes to a trade pact which some are saying could help President Trump in the near future. The U.S Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) consists of a trilateral trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada. These countries came together in 2018 to form an updated version of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The USMCA has been a focus of economic debate ever since its implementation two years ago. While the agreement eliminated some of NAFTA’s shortcomings, it also caused complaints from progressive Democrats in Congress over its labor and environmental provisions. Biden’s aides are now reportedly eager to make changes to the USMCA, with some Democrats hoping to get changes that would support the president’s progressive agenda. Many in the Democratic Party fear that these changes could potentially alienate President Trump’s supporters. In addition, some voices in the administration fear that any changes to the USMCA could disrupt the fragile economic balance that has been maintained since the trade agreement was signed. This could have ripple effects across the global economy. At the same time, there are many proponents of making changes to the USMCA, arguing that it could create jobs and bring economic benefits to the people of the US, Mexico, and Canada. The Biden Administration is currently trying to evaluate the pros and cons of making changes to the USMCA. Biden’s aides are eager to maximize the support of progressive Democrats while ensuring that any changes don’t do harm to President Trump. It is clear that whatever decision the administration makes will be crucial in shaping the economic climate of the next few years. The political divisions between the two parties, and even within the Democratic Party, have made the decision-making process even more complicated. At this point, it is unclear how the Biden Administration will proceed with the USMCA. However, it is clear that the situation requires a carefully thought-out approach that takes into account both the economic benefits of potentially making changes, and the potential political costs. Only time will tell how this situation will ultimately be resolved.