President Obama and left-leaning Democrats, like senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, are sparring over the president's trade initiatives, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The critics say free trade hurts U.S. jobs, but President Obama says they've got their facts wrong. NPR's Scott Horsley joins Here & Now host Jeremy Hobson to set aside the politics and dig into what the trade deal would actually do.
- Scott Horsley, White House correspondent for NPR.
This segment aired on April 22, 2015.