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WASHINGTON DC | President Obama's pledge to forge huge free trade deals may conflict with his party loyalties. Furthermore, the way these trade deals work virtually guarantees that the president will negotiate them without Congressional oversight. The Constitution gives Congress the authority to properly regulate trade with foreign nations. But several Congress members have complained they're being kept in the dark.
The New York Times reports that Obama wants to finalize the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in greater Asia. But that's not all. The president also is pursuing a U.S.-European Union trade agreement supported by NATO, the Brookings Institution, Bilderberg Group members and other globalist jet-setters.
These two trade pacts cover an enormous part of the world's population and GDP. Together, they make NAFTA look like chump change. But, like NAFTA, they threaten to further pillage national economies and create more poverty while the world's top elite reap mos
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