The Trump Administration is now focused on the key issues that face the United States – trade relationships, policy issues with Europe and working with Congress to run the country. The President now has more confidence when approaching all issues as he has moved past, mostly past, the Mueller investigation.
The Democrats are now wondering what happened to two years of work with top lawyers and top news writers who all attacked the President with a 24/7 relentless CNN, MSNBC and New York Times onslaught. It did not work and now these so-called news organizations have egg on their faces.
Now the President is focused on Canada – Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystina Freeland is set to meet with US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and other members of Congress in Washington. They are looking to ratify a trade deal. Trump is also set to meet lawmakers Tuesday.
The President now will sit with members of the House and discuss rules that will benefit workers. There are concerns about protections for workers.
Also, look for Leighthizer and Mnuchin to go to Beijing to continue trade talks. Trump might lean hard on the Chinese. A Chinese delegation led by Vice Premier Liu He will come to Washington on April 3.
Trump will also focus on Europe, should read Germany, with a view to impose tariffs on European cars. Duties will be applied on the back of a confidential report by the Commerce Department presented to the President last week. Germany is the target according to sources.
Trump will leverage his stronger position now. With the distraction of the Mueller case past him now, the President will be fully focused on important matters.