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McConnell Holds Out Hope For Trade Deals

WASHINGTON — Trade reform activists worried about Congress passing a massive trade deal in the lame-duck session after the elections can probably relax — it’s the next president they have to concern themselves with, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) suggested Thursday. President Barack Obama’s major piece of unfinished business in the trade realm is getting the Trans-Pacific Partnership approved.
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