In April 2017, a group of 20 MEPs from the right-wing alternative for Germany, the UK Independence Party and other parties sent a letter to Trump asking him to withdraw from the Paris Agreement.   On May 25, 2017, 22 Republican senators, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, sent a two-page letter to Trump asking him to withdraw the United States. Removal of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, and Canada and Mexico have dropped retaliatory duties on imports from the United States.)  The USMCA largely follows NAFTA with new laws relating to intellectual property protection, the internet, investment, state-owned enterprises, and currency. Notable changes in key sectors include incentives for vehicle production in North America and the opening of Canadian markets to U.S. dairy farmers. Provisions are also added to identify and prevent violations of labour law, particularly in Mexico. These new provisions require greater protection for workers and block the importation of goods manufactured using forced labour. The revised free trade agreement establishes an independent body to investigate factories accused of violating labour rights and stop the shipment of goods from that factory to the border. . . .