Austin Texas(Reuters) – President Donald Trump sought on Sunday to ensure U.S. farmers and ranchers affected by protracted tariff war with China, trade agreements, he signed with Beijing will lead to the purchase of U.S. agricultural products.
President of the United States Donald Trump put his hand to his head, then said in the American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Meeting and trade show in Austin, Texas on May 19, 2020. Reuters/Kevin Lamarque
Trump while in Texas, A state he won in 2016 will be needed again in the November elections, have all the characteristics of a political speech, a Grand slam in the Democratic Party tried to remove him by impeachment and hope he can wear a cowboy hat in Washington.
He began his remarks to the annual American Farm Bureau Federation Convention in Austin, waving a copy of a farm Journal poll, he said the broad support of farmers and ranchers.
Trump, the initial trade agreement he signed States on Wednesday, will be beneficial to the farmer, he is grateful to adhere to him after he twice obtained the distribution of billions of dollars of aid for the production for the Chinese tariffs.
“You stay in the fight,”said ACE. “You are always with me. You never even thought of giving up US to do so.”
His Senate impeachment trial set to start in earnest on Tuesday.
“These radical left lunatic, I get to impeach. But it’s OK, the farmer is sticking to the Cape,”he said.
Phase 1 of the trade agreement with China to reduce tensions after 18 months of tit-for-tat tariff war between the world’s two largest economies to combat the global economic growth.
It includes a commitment by States to purchase at least an additional $ 12.5 billion of agricultural commodities by 2020 at least $ 19.5 billion in 2017 the level of $ 24 billion in 2021.
Analysts have said some of the issues still not resolved. Phase 1 of the agreement will retain 25%of customs duties $ 250 billion of Chinese industrial products and components from U.S. manufacturers and China’s retaliatory tariffs on more than $ 100 billion in U.S. goods.
The king informed the farmer that he will vigorously enforce trade agreements to ensure that China has its side of the agreement.
“I think that this is going to work, I think China is all set out to prove that the agreement we signed is a good deal,”he said.
Trump also reminded the farmers that he had obtained through the Assembly of a new trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, which will replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement. He said he would sign the agreement soon, probably in a White House ceremony.
Reporting by Steve Holland; Editing by Peter Cooney