Although the articles of impeachment have arrived from the House, Senators are expected to vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Thursday morning. With fears that the trial of President Trump would delay ratification of the NAFTA replacement, and weighed down by a ruling from its parliamentarian, the Senate moved up committee hearings and gave USMCA overwhelming support in seven different committees. While the Senate must make the impeachment trial a priority, it’s not expected to begin until Tuesday. If the Senate acts on USMCA this week, it would leave just Canada to approve the agreement when its House of Commons resumes business January 27th. Mexico already approved USMCA last year.