Trade War Effect on US Farmers

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National Black Farmer Association, Inc. President John Boyd, of Mecklenburg County, Va., and his mule "Struggle" take part in a demonstration by black farmers outside federal court in Washington Tuesday March 2, 1999 to express their opposition to a multimillion-dollar settlement of a discrimination lawsuit against the Agriculture Department. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)
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National Black Farmer Association, Inc. President John Boyd, of Mecklenburg County, Va., and his mule “Struggle” take part in a demonstration by black farmers outside federal court in Washington Tuesday March 2, 1999 to express their opposition to a multimillion-dollar settlement of a discrimination lawsuit against the Agriculture Department. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

The trade war with China and the United States could feasibly bankrupt American farmers. Soybean farmers have been hit especially hard, where 95% of American soybeans are sold in China.

AURN Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan speaks with John Boyd, Founder & President of the National Black Farmers Association who is seeking a meeting with President Trump.

Click ▶️ to listen to April Ryan’s White House Report: