Ed Gresser

former Policy Advisor, US Trade Representative

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Policy advisor to the US Trade Representative under President Bill Clinton, he is now Director of the Project on Trade and Global Markets at the Progressive Policy Institute, the think-tank of the Democratic Leadership Council

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Barack Obama  says Pennsylvania's rural voters are "bitter" over lost jobs.  Hillary Clinton  bellies up for a beer with a whiskey chaser in a working-class Indiana bar.

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Barack Obama says Pennsylvania's rural voters are "bitter" over lost jobs. Hillary Clinton bellies up for a beer with a whiskey chaser in a working-class Indiana bar.

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