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hillary clinton facing a possible revolt from labor unions , reuters learning exclusively show face a grilling later this month from top a f. l. c. i. o. leaders furious over her cautious stance on a looming trade deal with canada and ten pacific rim countries backed by the white house , louisiana lopez is covering the story for reuters labor leaders have major worries about what this will mean for jobs for their members , so far clinton is only said that any final agreement need strong worker protections , but they want her to come , swinging and , the support of labor unions has traditionally been key for any democratic candidate rival bernie sanders has publicly opposed the trade deal and while clinton remains the democratic front runner pull show sanders has narrowed the gap his campaign gaining steam i'm , activists hillarycare get enthusiastic support from labor , can be a bad sign for how well she is able to motivate the electorate to come out to the polls and cast their ballots for the a f. l. c. i. o. has so far refrained from endorsing any candidate