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April 23, 2015 5:50 PM

Obama finds Republican friends on trade: ‘This is a strange world we’re in these days’

In a reversal of political roles, House Republicans on Thursday called on Congress to give more power to President Barack Obama to get new trade deals passed while Democrats warned it would be a mistake to grant the White House too much authority.

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