Jun 13, 2015

Long odds ahead now for Obama on his troubled trade agenda

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and Republican leaders in Congress face long odds in trying to revive trade legislation after a telling defeat engineered by President Barack Obama's fellow Democrats. Obama's ambitious trade agenda is in serious doubt, as is his quest for a capstone second-term achievement. Without the power to negotiate trade deals that Congress can approve or reject, but not...

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