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Clinton's trade problem

Clinton's trade problem

Had the first presidential debate been a boxing match, Hillary Clinton would not only have been comfortably ahead on the judges' score cards, she'd have been awarded a technical knockout if the referee had noticed her opponent's labored arguments by the final round. But before her supporters get too carried away celebrating, they would be wise to review the Democrat's early performance, which was not championship caliber.

As well prepared as the former secretary of state, senator and first lady may have been on issues ranging from foreign policy to income inequality and police-community relations, she seemed flummoxed at the outset when Donald Trump brought up foreign trade deals...