Michael Froman said the final deal would reflect the "enormous input by Congress."
A fight over the Trans-Pacific Partnership could spill into the 2016 presidential race.
The House now has until July 30 for a do-over on Obama's trade agenda.
Dozens of votes could be in play for the right deal.
Republican leaders and the White House see momentum for their shared priority.
The Obama administration hopes a WTO ruling in its favor will buoy its trade agenda.
The White House and Republican leaders have a lot of work to do.
The Massachusetts Democrat issued a report contending the pact won’t protect workers.
The White House, however, came out against portions of a trade bill.
Rep. Sandy Levin opposes trade legislation backed by the White House.
Over 100 Democrats are opposing fast-track in the House.
Rep. Sandy Levin and Sen. Orrin Hatch spoke out in the dispute Wednesday.
The measures would help the U.S. "reestablish our leadership role in the world," he said.
The plan is to vote as soon as this week on the fast-track bill.
Business groups are determined to push trade legislation to President Obama’s desk.
The White House has joined forces with GOP leaders to furiously lobby undecided members.
The GOP chairman said backers are closing in on the necessary votes.
Liberals who’ve fought on the issue for decades insist there’s no hard feelings.
McConnell brushed aside calls for a prolonged floor debate on amendments.
“If America fails to lead, China will,” he warned.
Rep. Sander Levin opposes packaging four bills together.
Will Republicans run campaign ads against Democrats who back fast-track trade authority?
A new report aims to bolster President Obama's case for an international pact.
The ads urge lawmakers to give Obama fast-track trade powers.