Bill Clinton on Free Trade Deals and the 1st Presidential Debate

The former president presents his views on the impact of the deal he signed, NAFTA, and his support of Hillary's current stance on trade issues.
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Transcript for Bill Clinton on Free Trade Deals and the 1st Presidential Debate
This election should be about candidates. It should be about issues not himself. And I'll birth that's only angered some Americans which is legitimate anger. Or answers to alleviate him. Resentment. And he's got insult people want better. The other offers its you can get millions. Well for us. Continue to divisions and the homeowners out against them. I'll move back up on the social totem pole. We understand it's. Understand that a lot of people feel uneasy in America. Young people of color way to go outside and on field. The city. So we're working class Americans. Most of them or why. Yeah more and more importantly Oklahoma nickname he couldn't. It is not good news. The so don't vote Hewlett. There totaled probably took. The a it works. And once collected around the world what great it is not at all. We're only of the world people. We have. Partners to keep ourselves safe and secure. He's our economy growing. Thrown. Good qualities to be worked out so well but there are. This morning. Weren't really when it was. Burst at all it matters that you could worsen. They gets it they. Yeah. Manufacturing jobs and one thing that will not. It's a surprise. And we'll accident at broad and Bob we have brought back 900000. York. An even more so. The other problem defending it. Today. Hillary. Does that it's certainly there's track Pacific you know. Yet that there are things that the great beyond that we happens. They frankly. I didn't know much. When I got elected president goes out of the governor of Goldman doctors say and most of our exports were food. One. So let me explain why me. They were talking about that closing in Indiana carrier in his blood river that. Maybe they don't like air conditioners hair and make pharmacist. But that's when it's there and the company noted it is hitters went on matters. Moved back to Mexico. So yeah. Them. It's really important to understand it's because any president. Who wants to other countries that god to thank goodness it's. Now. We then asked that decision. Carriers. Farmers division. 92 point nine billion dollars a year. Profit margins. Personal tale we're going. And you didn't tall order to study them the exact same amount of money as I don't want. To Mexico. By a change in the works get. So they do. Because I want to write the union. Get them on her. And yet. An American president until we go back. To Vegas over time. Where corporations like I cannot there most active shareholders. But there are worse. Your community. And that's nothing we have all our. So here. I don't want to raise taxes on all corporation. We don't major problems with your employees. Looked at that time while it. And that they. Yeah my carrier and use. Many more who what you're in your country just finished shareholders not management that's why.

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