Warren: Hillary Clinton Needs to State Her Position on Trade

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.) was unable to explain the differences between her views and those of presumptive presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Clinton, who is expected to announce a run for 2016, has kept her position on many issues unknown.

Clinton has taken to Twitter to explain many of her stances. In 140 characters or fewer, Clinton announced her opposition to Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, her belief that vaccines work, and support for attacking China for its treatment of women. Clinton has yet to tweet about trade, however.

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The Democratic Party has fractured with regard to upcoming trade legislation.

President Obama announced support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade deal that involves several Asian countries, while Warren has led other Democrats in opposition to the deal. It is unclear which side Clinton will choose.