A pair of New Balance shoes. New Balance makes about a quarter of its shoes entirely within the U.S. and opposes the TPP.
A pair of New Balance shoes. New Balance makes about a quarter of its shoes entirely within the U.S. and opposes the TPP. Satoshi Kobayashi/ Flikr Satoshi Kobayashi
A pair of New Balance shoes. New Balance makes about a quarter of its shoes entirely within the U.S. and opposes the TPP. Satoshi Kobayashi/ Flikr Satoshi Kobayashi

Why is the athletic brand New Balance excited for President Donald Trump?

November 10, 2016 03:45 PM

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