Clinton Still Not Clear On The Trans-Pacific Partnership
Last night on Ralston Reports, Hillary Clinton continued to dodge questions about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, refusing to say whether she supports the agreement. And according to Jon Ralston, Clinton “danced around” her past support for TPP, a trade deal she pushed for at least 45 times as Secretary of State.
Clinton did go on to say that if she were in the Senate, she would vote against Trade Promotion Authority, the so-called “fast-track” bill, because it was not tied to Trade Adjustment Assistance. But Clinton didn’t have that position just days ago: