Scott Garrett has taken every opportunity while he was in Congress to put the U.S. Export-Import Bank out of business despite the impact that the agency has in supporting the jobs of 1.4 million Americans. Now that Garrett has been nominated to lead the agency, he’s trying to hide his record so he can use his position to impose his ideological crusade, weaken the agency from within and harm American manufacturing workers.
If confirmed by the Senate, he would be a terrible trade deal for American workers. He recently had the chance to explain why he wants the job before a Senate hearing, but as the ads we launched today make clear, Garrett couldn’t disavow his personal crusade against the bank.
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