LOL: Clinton Removed Support for TPP from the Paperback of Her Book

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 12, 2016

hillary with the blacks

This woman is stupid.

All that she’s done by removing this is draw attention to her support of it. Makes her look extra guilty.

Who is advising this woman?

Fox News:

The paperback version of Hillary Clinton’s memoir “Hard Choices” fails to include her support of the international trade pact TPP that rivals Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have opposed, raising criticism about Clinton “reinventing herself” for the general election race.

The paperback version of Clinton’s 2014 book, which details her work as secretary of state for President Obama, omits the passage in which she touts her efforts to get the country to support the 12-nation trade deal, which she once referred to as the “gold standard” for such agreements.

“We worked hard to improve and ratify trade agreements with Colombia and Panama and encouraged Canada and the group of countries that became known as the Pacific Alliance — Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Chile — all open-market democracies driving toward a more prosperous future to join negotiations with Asian nations on TPP, the trans-Pacific trade agreement,” Clinton says in the hardback version about a 2009 effort.

However, Clinton changed her position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership in October 2015, about a month after the deal was signed and after weeks of being pressed by the news media for an answer.

A total 96 pages were trimmed from the hardback version. Publisher Simon & Schuster said a “limited number of sections” were cut to “accommodate a shorter length for this edition,” according to the Center for Economic and Policy Research, which reported on the changes shortly after the paperback edition was released in April.

“That Clinton’s own memoir is reinventing itself for the general election shows the lengths she will go to mislead the American people,” Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Short told, which along with The International Business Times earlier this week picked up on the changes and reported them.

The Clinton campaign declined Saturday to comment.