Trump promised he would end this terrible trade deal and is now backing out. Tell Trump he can’t betray workers by rejoining the deal, it is unfixable. Take action on Twitter now, just click on any of the links below to tweet!

Donald Trump has instructed United States Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, and National Economic Advisor, Larry Kudlow, to review re-joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) according to declarations given by Senator Ben Sasse to reporters after leaving a meeting on trade that Trump had with lawmakers and governors. Take action on Twitter to tell Trump we the TPP is BETRAYAL of the people!

The Rust Belt can’t take another failed trade deal. The TPP must be declared dead, @realDonaldTrump! #TPPBetrayal

We cannot afford to lose more jobs to terrible trade deals. @realDonaldTrump, do not revive the Trans-Pacific Parntership. #TPPBetrayal

From ‘worst trade deal’ to ‘Larry, go get it done.’ Betrayal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership is an insult to workers by @realDonaldTrump #TPPBetrayal

We cannot take any more ‘free trade’, we need trade that truly benefits working families in the United States. @realDonaldTrump lies are enough, this is betrayal! #TPPBetrayal

Trade is not a game @realDonaldTrump, working people’s jobs depend on it. We reject the Trans-Pacific Parntership! This is #TPPBetrayal!

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