WikiLeaks: Clinton On the Wrong Side of Trade Deals, Said Sanders, Clinton to Blame for Detroit Fall, and Michigan Workers Out of Jobs

Bernie Sanders on Friday said “disastrous” trade deals backed by Hillary Clinton decimated Michigan manufacturing, threw Michigan workers out of decent-paying jobs and are “one of the reasons that the middle class in the country is disappearing.” >>>>>> >>>>>> “If the people of Michigan want to make a decision about which candidate stood with workers against corporate America and against these disastrous trade agreements, that candidate is Bernie Sanders,” he said to cheers from 2,125 supporters here at the Streeters Center. >>>>>> >>>>>> Starting with the job-killing North American Free Trade Agreement, Clinton supported trade deals when she was secretary of state, a U.S. senator and first lady. >>>>>> >>>>>> Sanders joined picket lines to protest NAFTA and other trade deals “crafted by “the big-money interests and corporations,” Sanders said. >>>>>> >>>>>> “Hillary Clinton was on the other side of many of these trade agreements,” Sanders added. >>>>>> >>>>>> Not only was Clinton on the wrong side of a series of business-backed trade deals, she also has only grudgingly questioned the biggest trade deal of all time. Until an election-eve conversion, she had backed the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a proposed 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal which would be the biggest in history. >>>>>>

 

Sanders says that trade is to blame for Detroit’s fall, and you supported NAFTA and PNTR and other trade agreements. Do you regret this? >>> >>> 4. The 2012 Outsourcing video and comments >>> >>> 5. Do you say one thing in one place on trade and outsourcing, and something different here? >>> >>> 6. Why won’t you release your speech transcripts >>>

 

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – Bernie Sanders on Friday said “disastrous” trade deals backed by Hillary Clinton decimated Michigan manufacturing, threw Michigan workers out of decent-paying jobs and are “one of the reasons that the middle class in the country is disappearing.”

 

Starting with the job-killing North American Free Trade Agreement, Clinton supported trade deals when she was secretary of state, a U.S. senator and first lady.

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