In a meeting with his cabinet on Thursday, President Donald Trump cited the trade dispute between the U.S. and China and its impact on agriculture. Trump also referred to the farm economy. “Despite everything, they (farmers) are starting to really do well. They are incredible patriots, but they are also incredible entrepreneurs. They’re selling the corn and the soybeans at levels that are at pretty good levels.” Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said farmers are dealing with price constraints, but support the Trump Administration’s tough stance on trade.
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