#WYSC: President Trump doubles down against Bernie's "NO" vote on USMCA
This week, news was bombarded with developments on the impeachment front, the next steps in the President Trump's upcoming impeachment trial and Democratic debate drama. But more news broke that you might have missed, and we've got you covered. The United States and China reached a deal settling the trade war, for now, and the Senate passed a bill on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement. Also on the news, rains poured over Australia providing some relief to the raging fires, and equal rights scored a win in Virginia.
US President Donald Trump has vowed to impose severe sanctions on Iraq if it expels US troops deployed in the country. Iraqi lawmakers voted on Sunday in favor of removing US troops, following the targeted killing of Iran's top general by a US drone strike in Baghdad on Friday. Trump has also reiterated threats to target Iranian cultural sites if Tehran retaliates for the killing of General Qassem Suleimani. Members of Trump's administration have warned that attacking cultural sites could be considered a war crime. Meanwhile, Iran's leaders gathered in Tehran for funeral services for General Qassem Soleimani and others killed in the airstrikes. Committee to Defend the President chairman Ted Harvey on Trump's greatest accomplishments of 2019. In a series of tweets, President Donald Trump vowed to attack Iranian cultural sites, which many pointed out is considered a war crime under international law. Watch "It's Morning, America" weekdays on ABC News Live.