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Bernie Sanders 'Disappointed' By Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal

"Wall Street and other big corporations have won again."

WASHINGTON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he was disappointed by the Trans-Pacific Partnership Pacific trade deal reached on Monday, saying the pact would cost U.S. jobs and hurt consumers.

"Wall Street and other big corporations have won again," the U.S. senator from Vermont said in a statement, vowing to "do all that I can to defeat this agreement" in Congress.

(Reporting by Susan Heavey Editing by W Simon)

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