President Barack Obama made an 11th-hour appeal to dubious Democrats on Friday in a tense run-up to a House showdown on legislation to strengthen his hand in global trade talks.
The president's hastily scheduled trip to the Capitol coincided with the beginning of debate on the House floor on the legislation, which stands near the top of his second-term agenda.
The legislation would allow Obama to complete global trade deals that Congress could approve or reject, but not change.
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