Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., slammed the newly released text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a giant document that will impose an anti-democratic global commerce regime, one that gives unelected bureaucrats the power to change the terms of the deal.

"The text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership runs 5,554 pages," he said. "This is, by definition, anti-democratic."

Sessions' staff said the document is 2 million words, "more than five times as long as Obamacare."

"No individual American has the resources to ensure his or her economic and political interests are safeguarded within this vast global regulatory structure," he added.

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