Hi, I’m Ben White, Chief Economic Correspondent for Politico, with your New Year’s Week edition of US Politics In just 60 Seconds. Alright, let’s start the clock. Well, Nancy Pelosi has a long list, but she’s cited a background check bill, a paycheck fairness bill, a climate action bill, an immigration bill as some of the major ones that got through the House but died in the Senate. Well, it’ll look a lot like it did under NAFTA. But in fact, there’s some estimates that it might slow trade down just a little bit because there are new restrictions on labor, particularly on the Mexican side. So, some estimates say it might slow trade by just a tiny bit. But it’ll be very similar to what it was under NAFTA. I’d say it’s the economy, where the economy goes. Do the trade deals and the Phase 1 agreement with China really boost economic growth? Is there more capital expenditure? Does manufacturing get back on track? That’ll play out in the election, but it’s a big story. The Fed is on the sidelines. So, what does the economy do in 2020? I’ll be watching that. Happy New Year. I’m Ben White from Politico.