Hillary Clinton had expressed her support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on dozens of occasions — including in her book — but she recently came out against it (and blamed the GOP).

Today, speaking to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Clinton made some room in case additional flip-flopping is needed:

Partial transcript:

Interviewer: “So you’re evolving on the issue…”

Clinton: “No, I’m against it now, but we’ll see whether there is any kind of significant changes. I mean look, if Congress tomorrow adopted my entire work and wage agenda, I’d be pretty excited about that, but that’ll have to wait until I’m actually there as president.”

Shorter Hillary: Brace for more flip-flopping!

For it AND against it sounds like the consummate Hillary Clinton stance.