When it comes to the trade agreement that President Donald Trump is expected to sign with 11 other countries next month, the US is going to need to do some pretty big things to make sure that’s all they can do to save face and to keep their political support.

Here are five of the most important items to watch.1.

Trade deals aren’t just for rich people.

In the United States, it’s becoming increasingly clear that, while a trade deal might benefit the rich, it can also hurt the middle class.

In his first 100 days in office, Trump has already cut back on the country’s trade with China, cut back his own protectionism, and renegotiated several other trade deals.

That’s just the beginning.

His first 100-day plan is expected soon to include a plan to boost American exports to Canada and Mexico.

But what will that look like?

In his speech announcing the new trade deal, Trump promised to give the United Nations “a big boost” in the fight against climate change, but it’s unclear if the administration will follow through.

And in the United Kingdom, the new free trade deal with Japan and South Korea will be viewed with concern because the European Union will need to renegotiate many of its rules to make it more effective.2.

Trump’s trade negotiators will have a difficult job.

While Trump is likely to have a hand in negotiating a new deal, the next administration will need someone who can do it effectively and to the satisfaction of all parties.

The trade negotiators are going to have to be more flexible than the current administration has been, which has pushed for more trade protectionist policies.

In addition, the Trump administration is looking to push for stronger protections for intellectual property rights and protections for the internet, which is a key issue for many American companies.3.

Trade negotiations will take longer than the last one, but they’re not likely to be boring.

The first 100 day plan, which Trump signed on May 22, was designed to give Americans a sense of what the deal would look like and to set a baseline.

And that initial plan set a goal of getting the agreement done by June 5, the end of Trump’s first 100 Days.

But that date is set to be pushed back to a later date, and it’s possible that the new administration will want to move the deadline a bit closer to June 8.

And if Trump has the last word on whether to approve the deal or not, there’s also a possibility that the administration could move to change some of the provisions of the agreement.

And even if the deal is approved, there will still be a lot of political pressure for the administration to change the terms of the deal.4.

The US trade negotiators have a big job ahead of them.

The biggest challenge for the US trade officials will be figuring out how to work with China and other countries in the agreement and how to get their concerns heard.

But the US will need an agreement that will benefit American workers.

A recent report from the American Chamber of Commerce found that more than one-third of the American jobs lost in the past 10 years were in sectors that are likely to benefit from a strong US trade relationship with China.

The report also found that China’s trade surplus with the United Sates grew by $13.5 billion between 2011 and 2015.

So while the United State will be benefiting from a weaker China, it will also be taking a significant hit.

The administration has argued that China is taking advantage of a weak US economy by sending cheap imports to the United