Congressman Anthony Brindisi visited the White House on Friday for a bi-partisan meeting with Vice President Mike Pence.

Brindisi was one of six lawmakers invited to the meeting to discuss upcoming legislation and a bi-partisan path forward on the United States-Mexico trade agreement.

“I had a productive meeting with Vice President Pence and other members of Congress,” Brindisi said. “There are important issues like disaster relief and USMCA that need bipartisan solutions and I was proud to be a part of that discussion. I brought Upstate commonsense and priorities to the White House and I think Washington could use more of this.

Brindisi says with Democrats and Republicans and the Administration working together, a trade can be done that works for family farms, businesses and workers.