Hillary Clinton came out against the Trans Pacific Partnership in an interview Wednesday, breaking with President Barack Obama and his administration, which has forcefully promoted the deal. The former secretary of state cited the “high bar” she set earlier in the year as the reason she was giving the deal a thumbs down.
Of course that keeps her closer to her main primary opponent at the moment, Bernie Sanders. Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, the GOP will vote on whom they want to be the next Speaker of the House. Which could get dramatic, but then again, maybe not. We will see.
ABC’s Karen Travers joined us from Washington D.C.