Jun 15, 2015

Clinton distances herself from Obama on trade

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is distancing herself from President Barack Obama over a contentious trade proposal, encouraging the president to address concerns raised by congressional Democrats and negotiate a better deal with 11 Pacific Rim nations. The Democratic presidential front-runner on Sunday told Iowa Democrats that Obama should seek more concessions as a way to improve...

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/FZAPw

Similar Articles Added Earlier

  • Obama-backed trade bill fails in the House | RedFlagNews.com

    Final House vote on Trade Adjustment Assistance Bill is 126 to 302; voting moves on to 'fast track' negotiating bill THE WASHINGTON POST BREAKING: House Democrats delivered a stinging defeat to President Obama’s trade agenda when a vast majority voted to derail legislation designed to...

  • Clinton Distances Herself From Obama on Trade - ABC News

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is distancing herself from President Barack Obama over a contentious trade proposal, encouraging the president to address concerns raised by congressional Democrats and negotiate a better deal with 11 Pacific Rim nations. The Democratic presidential front-runner told...

  • Clinton Distances Herself From Obama on Trade - ABC News

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is distancing herself from President Barack Obama over a contentious trade proposal, encouraging the president to address concerns raised by congressional Democrats and negotiate a better deal with 11 Pacific Rim nations. The Democratic presidential front-runner on...

  • Obama admin: No 'distance' from Hillary on trade | WashingtonExaminer.com

    The White House Wednesday attempted to downplay any differences with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton over a wide-ranging trade deal with Pacific Rim nations, suggesting that no distance existed between their respective camps. I believe that if you look at the points that...

  • Twilight of Obama: Democrats desert the president | WashingtonExaminer.com

    The Democratic Party is starting to turn decisively away from President Obama as the end of his presidency draws closer. The shift of power away from the incumbent in the White House was put on full display Monday as Senate Democrats openly defied the commander in chief and erstwhile...

Latest Links Processed

0/120