Gayle recaps his injury, ECU win
Lava: Killary, the useful idiot said, “I did say, I hoped it would be the gold standard'” of trade agreements. Here are the facts – Clinton did not say anything about mere hope in her speeches around the world in support of the trade deal. She roundly endorsed the deal taking shape. In a November 2012 speech in Australia, she declared the Trans-Pacific deal “sets the gold standard in trade agreements,” a sentiment she echoed in many venues. Clinton said in the debate that when she looked at the final agreement last week, “it didn’t meet my standards.” The final agreement, however, dropped or changed some provisions that liberal activist groups — the wing of the party she is assiduously courting at this stage of the campaign — had strongly criticized.