WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) dealt a potential setback to President Obama’s trade agenda on Wednesday after he told reporters on Capitol Hill that he is opposed to so-called “fast track authority” that would give the U.S. more leverage in negotiating trade deals.
“I’m against fast track,” Reid said of the authority, which is now called trade promotion authority.
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