Obama Camp Reignites Criticism of Clinton on NAFTA

Getty

On media conference call Obama communication director Robert Gibbs accuses Clinton of continuing to distort her record on NAFTA, citing Clinton’s Tuesday claim to AFL-CIO audience in Philadelphia that she “raised a big yellow caution flag” on the issue.

“Her opposition to NAFTA is just as much of a stretch as her story about landing in Bosnia under sniper fire.”

Rep. George Miller, who dealt with program in Congress when it was being passed, says her schedules show a number of instances where she advocated for it. Listen to audio of Miller here.

Response: Clinton campaign asks why Austan Goolsbee, the economic adviser who was accused of telling Canadian officials that Obama’s positions on NAFTA was just rhetoric, wasn’t on the call. Read more here.

Related Topics: News
  • Tweets

    View More Tweets From @TIME

Your browser, Internet Explorer 8 or below, is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites.

Learn how to update your browser