“Hillary Clinton re-launched her presidential campaign over the weekend by saying she would be a “fighter” for families struggling to pay bills and save for retirement. But for weeks she avoided picking a side in the fight that has bitterly divided her party: the pending 12-nation, Pacific Rim trade deal,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
“By Sunday, her reluctance had become untenable. In a speech in Iowa, Mrs. Clinton aligned herself with the party’s congressional liberals, saying their concerns about free trade were valid and that President Obama, who is pushing for the trade pact, should work ‘to make sure we get the best, strongest deal possible.'”Save to Favorites