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Republican Jeb Bush on Wednesday bashed Democratic 2016 presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton for voicing reservations about overseas trade talks, a rare issue on which the White House enjoys support from Republicans, with many Democrats opposed.

Bush, the former Florida governor who is also expected to jump into the presidential race, said Clinton backed foreign trade agreements as secretary of state but has grown reticent now that she is seeking the Democratic nomination.

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