On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed a bill that imposes new sanctions on three countries.
But he didn't seem too happy about it.
But he also criticizes the bill, calling it "seriously flawed." It limits the president's ability to negotiate sanctions without approval from Congress.
One of Trump's statements read, in part, "This bill makes it harder for the United States to strike good deals for the American people, and will drive China, Russia, and North Korea much closer together."
Still, Trump says he signed the bill "for the sake of national unity."
But Congress didn't really give him a choice. The legislation passed in both chambers last week with veto-proof majorities.