Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Glyndon, Minnesota Thursday to discuss trade with farmers. He commented on the U.S. China trade agreements, saying he and President Trump are hopeful for an agreement. Pence said things have to change in the relationship with China. “The president said we’re hoping they’re coming to make a deal. That would have an immediate impact on the need for additional support for subsidies for American farmers,” says Pence. “Make no mistake about it, we’ve had preliminary discussions in the White House for additional support for farmers if this impasse with China continues.”
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