In a conference call with reporters Thursday morning hosted by Michael Froman, U.S. Trade Representative and Penny Pritzker, Secretary of Commerce, discussion centered on the importance of exports to American businesses, especially small businesses. It’s a good thing that only reporters were on the call. Had U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown or former Governor Ted Strickland been allowed to chime in, the good news pushed in the call would have been challenged by these high-profile Democrats. Each has spoken out loudly against the Trans-Pacific Partnership [TPP], a controversial trade agreement focused on spurring trade between and among various Asian nations.
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Hillary Clinton has yet to Tweet her widely anticipated announcement that she’s again ready to run for president. Republicans have never let up on shelling her for who she is and what’s she’s done, and are expected to step up their barrage of anti-Hillary bombing once she finally does make it official she’s back on the political battlefield.
The unabated attacks on her continued Friday, when the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre, focused his aim on her for her many transgressions.
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