Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted a New York Times article titled "Opposition to Breast-Feeding Resolution by U.S. Stuns World Health Officials."
Along with the article Clinton included the following caption:
How many ways can this administration show us they don’t care about kids? Another example of rejecting science and putting corporate interests before babies. These are the stories that will get lost in the shuffle and do lasting damage to people everywhere.
It would seem Clinton objected to this passage from the Times article:
American officials sought to water down the resolution by removing language that called on governments to “protect, promote and support breast-feeding” and another passage that called on policymakers to restrict the promotion of food products that many experts say can have deleterious effects on young children.
Many supporters agreed with her.
Clinton wasn't the only one shocked by the article.
But HuffPost senior reporter Zach Carter suggested this was business as usual for American politics. In an extended thread, Carter broke down the history of U.S. trade when it comes to health.
It doesn't look good for anyone involved.
The thread ended with:
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