Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may now be flip flopping on her flip flop concerning her support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
After saying last week she does not support the trade deal she helped negotiate as Secretary of State, Hillary said on Thursday that she is now open to supporting TPP.
"I'm against it now. But we'll see whether there is any kind of significant changes.
"I mean look, if the Congress adopted my entire work and wage agenda, I'd be pretty excited about that. But that'll have to wait until I'm actually there as President," Clinton said.