A protester holds a placard during a rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Tokyo in 2014. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on almost nothing except for their dislike of the TPP, which President Obama seeks to erase most tariffs and other trade barriers among the U.S. and 11 other nations. Ed Lotterman questions the partnership’s benefits.
A protester holds a placard during a rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Tokyo in 2014. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on almost nothing except for their dislike of the TPP, which President Obama seeks to erase most tariffs and other trade barriers among the U.S. and 11 other nations. Ed Lotterman questions the partnership’s benefits. Shizuo Kambayashi AP
A protester holds a placard during a rally against the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Tokyo in 2014. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on almost nothing except for their dislike of the TPP, which President Obama seeks to erase most tariffs and other trade barriers among the U.S. and 11 other nations. Ed Lotterman questions the partnership’s benefits. Shizuo Kambayashi AP

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