On Friday, President Donald Trump finally announced that he had secured a deal with Mexico over controlling migrants at the southern border.
The terms of this deal are currently unknown, but they evidently satisfy the president enough to walk back his threatened 5 percent tariff on Mexican goods, a threat which rattled his own party and had several GOP senators starting to break with him.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), however, still does not view this as a good resolution, according to CNN. On Saturday, she sharply criticized Trump for his behavior, saying, "Threats and temper tantrums are no way to negotiate foreign policy."
Nancy Pelosi: "We are deeply disappointed by the Administration's expansion of its failed Remain-in-Mexico policy,… https://t.co/F4O08ZvVur— Kyle Griffin (@Kyle Griffin)1560002430.0
Trump, for his part, fired off a salvo of his own at Pelosi, saying that "Nervous Nancy Pelosi & the Democrat House are getting nothing done" and suggesting they ought to back his trade agreement to replace NAFTA:
Nervous Nancy Pelosi & the Democrat House are getting nothing done. Perhaps they could lead the way with the USMCA,… https://t.co/jbfZGPtRDu— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1560001415.0