Protestors march to the venue of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement signing, SkyCity Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Feb 4, 2016. The success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who have campaigned for U.S. president against free trade, in Rust Belt states and elsewhere will make it even harder, if not impossible, for Congress to back TPP, even in a lame-duck session after the election.
Protestors march to the venue of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement signing, SkyCity Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Feb 4, 2016. The success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who have campaigned for U.S. president against free trade, in Rust Belt states and elsewhere will make it even harder, if not impossible, for Congress to back TPP, even in a lame-duck session after the election. Martin Hunter Associated Press
Protestors march to the venue of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement signing, SkyCity Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Feb 4, 2016. The success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who have campaigned for U.S. president against free trade, in Rust Belt states and elsewhere will make it even harder, if not impossible, for Congress to back TPP, even in a lame-duck session after the election. Martin Hunter Associated Press

Trump and Sanders shift mood in Congress against trade deals

May 18, 2016 12:01 AM