This video from the USA says about itself:
Clintons Want Lower Corporate Tax Rates… And TPP
22 September 2016
“Bill Clinton suggested a proposed major trade deal between the U.S. and 11 Pacific Rim nations was in the nation’s foreign policy interests, but he stopped short of endorsing the plan.
The Trans Pacific Partnership is a major priority for the Obama administration, but is opposed by Clinton’s candidate spouse.
“The geopolitical reasons for it from America’s point of view are pretty clear,” the former president said of the TPP in an interview with CNBC. “It’s designed to make sure that the future of the Asia-Pacific region economically is not totally dominated by China.”
But he said Hillary Clinton has been “pretty clear” about her desire to see some additional provisions to ensure tough enforcement of currency manipulation and provide additional economic safeguards for Americans who may suffer from lowering barriers for foreign goods to enter the U.S.
According to edited video posted online by the network, Clinton said the TPP doesn’t “have anything to do with NAFTA,” the North American trade deal which was negotiated before he took office, but which he championed after taking office. Because Mexico and Canada are also party to TPP, the Obama administration has argued it is effectively a renegotiation of NAFTA and addresses many criticisms of it.”
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First, Ms Clinton was for TPP before she was against it. Will there now, or after the November presidential election, be another flip-flop, being for TPP after being against it while campaigning in competition with Bernie Sanders?