At a Thursday campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa President Donald Trump told Iowans that if Republicans didn't win the state in the upcoming election, "your farms are going to hell."
Trump hailed the "phase one" trade agreement as "the biggest anybody has ever seen."
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Darin Von Ruden said it could take up to 20 years for the farmers he represents to recover from low prices and President Donald Trump's trade wars.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Donald Trump agreed a limited trade deal as he tries to win back support from farmers unhappy with his trade wars.
Ocasio-Cortez criticized Trump's use of $28 billion in taxpayer money to rescue farmers from his ongoing trade war with China, saying it's never called "socialism" when billionaires are buying rural voters.
Despite signs of discontent with the president's trade policies, farmer support for Trump remains high.
Donald Trump's ongoing trade war with China has resulted in farmers losing their fourth biggest international export market for U.S. agricultural goods.
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"You know, the trade deal, I trust him to do the right thing for everybody," Randy Sowers said.
The town of Kaida has formed an all-volunteer "monkey militia" to stop macaques from raiding vegetable fields.
"It's been very devastating to rural America," Gary Wertish said.
"I sometimes stay up at night worrying about what the future does hold. You know, what do you tell your children that want to farm? Do you tell them 'go find something else to do?'"
"What do you call two farmers in a basement?" Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said, retelling a joke he said a farmer told him.
Last week, Trump threatened to slap tariffs on $300 billion more Chinese imports. China responded by halting all imports of U.S. agricultural goods.
"This is not a long term solution."
Trump is headed to the G20 Summit in Japan next week, during which he plans to meet with China's Xi Jinping to discuss trade tensions face-to-face.
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"Every day we come in and we've got a plan. But then it rains three inches somewhere overnight where it wasn't expected, and the plan changes," an ag transportation manager said.
"One in five jobs in Iowa is tied directly to trade," Senator Joni Ernst said. "Most of that is around the farming sector, our agricultural sector. So it is very tense times."
"While the aid package will help farmers pay their bills, this is not a long-term solution to the damages caused by lost markets," the Illinois Farm Bureau said.
Senator Jerry Moran, In a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, urged the Trump administration to resolve the China trade dispute that's "hurting" Kansas' farmers and ranchers.
A National Farmers Union executive and Wisconsin dairy farmer ridiculed Trump's ongoing trade war with China, warning of increased financial stress and suicides among U.S. farmers.