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Agriculture Secretary: Trump tariffs not as bad as feared Source: AP

There are 4 comments on the WSOCTV story from Mar 9, 2018, titled Agriculture Secretary: Trump tariffs not as bad as feared Source: AP. In it, WSOCTV reports that:

Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue said Friday that while he's as anxious as farmers are about President Donald Trump's new tariffs, the move doesn't look as bad as he originally thought. Perdue said during a trip to meet with representatives of North Dakota's agricultural sector that Trump's decision to enact a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a 10 percent levy on aluminum looks better in the final version than it did when first announced.

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Impeach the Creep

Madison, WI

#1 Mar 10, 2018
In the space of a week US president Honey BooBoo’s steel and aluminum tariffs went from a “no exemptions” plan to one filled with carve-outs for Canada and Mexico, and likely for other allies and hundreds of imported products not available domestically.

People familiar with the shift say BooBoo’s mind was changed by a furious last-ditch lobbying campaign from the Canadian government, Republican lawmakers, business groups and the United Steelworkers, the very union whose members stand to benefit most from the tariffs.

BooBoo said on Friday he was ready to work out an exception for Australia, while Japan, South Korea, the European Union and Brazil called for similar treatment.
USA Today

Milwaukee, WI

#2 Mar 10, 2018
President Trump is doing a great job with economics while Democrats had nothing for 8 years, and now only cry, "No No No."

Madison, WI

#3 Mar 10, 2018
I do not see Tariffs as a effect to Local Americans for Farming. I think it is a media entered focal topic for pardon and privilege.

The Real States people know what they had legal rights to , Wisconsin is waiting for criminals to be identified and arrested for their families death while they fought to remove them as a person accessed into a bank account and entered properties into HUD/RUD systems, without local knowledge. People were killed as some asz runs in and shouts "Here's Johnny, it's our turn now" and resumed life and services as if they were not just a local American/citizen, but the family itself.

ANY feces in Wisconsin has a fine. It is $25,ooo for cow poop per pound. It is higher contingent of breed of dog feces.

The ONLY LEGAL farms were owned and operated by USA MILITARY, for local and trades consumptions and other.

The only legal Local farms were a couple chickens, a goat, Donkey or a asz. 2 types of fruit or vegetable for a private garden, Your only spend down is: A immediate family member recently widowed, disabled, or divorced, orphaned, outcast, your giving a little food supply and provisions and showers and time, NOT DAILY though. Your only LEGAL ACCOUNTABILITY IS TO YOUR DNA LINKED IMMEDIATE FAMILY not someone elses business venture. Stick to your own government and military approved contracting. Church goes to courthouse to see what is appropriate for you as well.....
Impeach the Creep

Madison, WI

#4 Mar 10, 2018
USA Today wrote:
President Trump is doing a great job with economics while Democrats had nothing for 8 years, and now only cry, "No No No."
president Honey BooBoo is all too happy to bask in the glow of the Obama economic recovery, he desires -nothing- other than praise and adulation, regardless of the source.

A recovery that happened and continues to happen despite 8 years of “conservatives” screaming ‘NONONO!!!’ and incessantly wishing failure upon America.

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