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President Donald Trump proclaimed that "Tariffs are the greatest!" in warning US trade partners that he'll impose more sanctions unless they negotiate a "fair deal" as negotiations with European officials are to get underway at the White House.

The total bailout is reportedly about $12 billion, and the official announcement - which the network said would likely target dairy, pork and soy products - could come as soon as Tuesday afternoon, hours after the president's tweet. Unfortunately, America's hard-working agricultural producers have been treated unfairly by China's illegal trading practices and have taken a disproportionate hit when it comes illegal retaliatory tariffs.

European Union officials have managed expectations about the progress that Juncker is likely to make with Trump.

"Importantly, the USDA intends to use a Trade Promotion Program to develop new export markets for American agricultural products. Hope they do it, we are ready - but they won't!" Trump said farmers "will be the biggest beneficiary" and he urged them to "just be a little patient". "IL corn farmers need the administration to complete the modernization of NAFTA, resolve other ongoing trade disputes, and provide improved domestic and global marketplace access for ethanol through the RVP waiver promised by President Trump and by updating the lifecycle analysis of corn-based ethanol".

The Agriculture Department predicted before the trade fights that US farm income would drop this year to $60 billion, or half the $120 billion of five years ago.

Such duties, Braillie said, would harm more than 4,000 businesses and jeopardise the tens of billions of dollars the industry contributes to the USA economy.

The tariffs came in response to $34 billion worth of duties the Trump administration placed on Chinese products. In addition, the government will work to open new markets.

If Trump imposes a 25 percent tariff on imports of cars, trucks and auto parts, it "risks dragging us all down to a game of tit for tat retaliations that ultimately leave consumers in the well as in Europe worse off", said Professor Alexander Mattelaer of the Egmont Institute think tank.

Sasse, a Republican, represents thousands of farmers in the Cornhusker State, and said that his constituents "don't want to be paid to lose" but "want to win by feeding the world". Rural voters - many who have deep ties to farming - helped catapult Trump to the presidency in 2016, and China's retaliatory tariffs specifically targeted politically important states and areas. The plan will be funded by the Department of Agriculture's broad authority and two components of the farm bill. He's felt the impact of the trade wars directly as milk prices plummeted again this year following a long downward slide.

The president's bailout program drew widespread criticism from farm state lawmakers of both parties, including Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson who said farmers "want trade, not aid". I don't support tariffs.

They can also cut off US producers, including farmers, from foreign marketplaces that have been predictable annual sources of income in the past.

A quarter said the tariffs will protect American jobs and help the economy. Pete Hanebutt, the North Dakota Farm Bureau's public policy director, hesitated to comment on the aid package Tuesday afternoon until he learned more about it.