The President hosted a small group of business, government and national security leaders in the Oval Office on Friday for a conversation on the economic and geopolitical importance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
The meeting attendees represent decades of leadership and a wide breadth expertise as well as a bipartisan range of political views. In that regard, they are representative of the broad coalition that has come together to support TPP, including the U.S. Chamber of
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