"...this is a broader problem for Clinton. Her political weakness, fairly or not, is that the voters and the media—or maybe it’s the media and, thus, the voters—have decided that she’s unusually poll-tested and calculating, even for a politician. Politically convenient policy changes don’t help, and they cut against what should be her greatest asset: that she’s an extraordinary policy mind who understands these issues better than her challengers, and so can be trusted to make better decisions on them."
After practically midwifing it into existence, Hillary Clinton has now opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Her detractors smell a rat.
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