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Democrats Worry New Trade Deal May Help Trump's Reelection Campaign

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Democrats Worry New Trade Deal May Help Trump's Reelection Campaign

Democrats Worry New Trade Deal May Help Trump's Reelection Campaign

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trade deal with President Donald Trump gave Democrats a crucial legislative victory.

According to Politico, the victory comes as the GOP accuses Democrats of obsessing over Trump’s impeachment.

Yet Democrats worry their legislative win may help Trump’s reelection campaign in 2020.

His press secretary called the deal “the biggest and best trade agreement in the history of the world.” Adam Jentleson said: “Democrats are handing him [Trump] a huge win in return for a poor return on policy.”

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