21 Oct Where Four Experts Think We Stand on TPP Post Debate
Put plainly, the U.S. presidential candidates don’t have warm fuzzy feels about the current Trans-Pacific Partnership.
At the third and final debate in Las Vegas, Nevada Wednesday night, neither candidate had good things to say about TPP or trade as it presently stands.
Hillary Clinton said the deal didn’t meet her test, which considers whether TPP creates jobs, raises incomes and furthers our national security—to which she decided, it doesn’t.
“I’m against it now. I’ll be against it after the election. I’ll be against it when I’m president,” she said.