Senate Minority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidIf Gorsuch pick leads to 'crisis,' Dems should look in mirror first Senate confirms Mulvaney to be Trump’s budget chief Democrats declare victory after Puzder bows out MORE on Tuesday said he is emphatically against the new trade powers legislation that is moving through Congress.
"I have never, ever ... supported a trade agreement, and I'm not going to start now," the Nevada Democrat told reporters. "So the answer is not only no, but hell no."
Some Senate Democrats have voiced their concerns that work on the legislation, which was unveiled last week, is moving too quickly.
The Senate Finance Committee, led by Chairman Orrin HatchOrrin HatchPublic lands dispute costs Utah a major trade show Overnight Tech: GOP chairman to propose high-skilled visa overhaul | Zuckerberg's 5,700 word letter | Tech lobbies gear up ahead of internet fight Overnight Cybersecurity: Trump vows to punish leakers | Cyber steers clear of tech versus Trump fight MORE (R-Utah) and ranking Democrat Ron WydenRon WydenSenate Dems move to nix Trump's deportation order DNI confirmation hearing expected on Senate return Senate confirms Mnuchin as Treasury secretary MORE (Ore.), is expected to take up the proposal on Thursday.
Reid said that he won't be actively trying to sink the trade bill, but added that "Ron Wyden knows how I feel."
Wyden should "slow this thing down a little bit,” Reid said.