There was a whole long section on trade in Secretary Clinton’s speech Thursday comparing and contrasting her approach with that of her opponent.
They do, however, agree on at least one thing trade-related.
Both Clinton and Trump oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership — the big Obama trade deal currently hung up in Congress.
Here’s Secretary Clinton today:
Because context is important, let’s note that Mrs. Clinton was for the TPP before she was against it, calling it at one point the “gold standard” of trade agreements.
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