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The president again falsely claimed the farm bailout cost is being borne "compliments of the Chinese tariffs."
Despite the president’s claims, retirees who check their 401(k) statements compared with two years ago are likely in for a rude shock.
For the first time since Trump launched his trade war, American households face price increases.
Minnesota Farmers Union president calls the agriculture secretary's dig "very insensitive. It took everyone by surprise."
“Don’t let anyone tell you that we’re paying. We’re not paying," he insisted. Yes we are.
The president falsely claims that tariffs are paid "directly" to the U.S. Treasury by China and indicates these nonexistent Chinese funds will cover the subsidy cost.