The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to oppose a bipartisan deal that would have ended trade negotiations with Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Democrats were hoping to have the agreement to negotiate a comprehensive trade deal with the European Union, but they had little luck getting their demands met.
The Senate passed a similar package, but it was opposed by the House of Representative.
It’s not clear if the House will have the chance to amend the bill to make it more favorable to Democrats.
It is the first time the Senate has rejected a trade agreement that would be considered a final treaty.
Trump on Wednesday told reporters that the Senate should have a say in what he calls “a total disaster.”
“If they want to do this, we will be happy to work with them on it,” Trump said.
“I will be very happy if they can pass a trade deal that we can all live with.”