(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., charged the Obama administration with quietly signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement in New Zealand, and said the White House tried to minimize it because it knows the public isn't pleased with the deal.
"A trade deal is a contract, and it must be one that puts American workers' interests first, not the interests of global elites," Sessions said in a statement. "It is little surprise the administration is not showcasing today's signing given its unpopularity with the American people."
Sessions went on to bash his fellow senators for allowing the president to fast-track the deal last June, and voting for it despite not knowing what the massive agreement would include.
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