Clinton says she flipped on trade deal after seeing it – but it’s not public

by  |  published on October 16, 2015

Hillary Clinton is drawing head scratches from the White House for saying she decided to oppose the Pacific-nation trade deal after “looking at it” — even though the official text is not public.

The Democratic presidential front-runner addressed her flip-flop on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal she backed as secretary of state, at Tuesday’s Democratic debate.

She acknowledged she once called it the “gold standard,” but added: “It was just finally negotiated last week, and in looking at it, it didn’t meet my standards — my standards for more new, good jobs for Americans.”

  • teaman

    I believe it is impossible for this witch, with a capital “B”, to open her mouth without telling a lie.

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