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This coming week China-US trade negotiations, how will it end, hopefully in favour of China.
ABC News' Ben Gittleson
Mark Tuttle. Five days a week, the DeKalb County native transports seeds and other agricultural products, his workdays sometimes nearing 12 hours on the road. “I’m driving trucks to Nebraska because farming isn’t paying me,” he said. Tuttle told ABC News that many farmers within his community depend on side businesses to earn additional income.
"Farmers have been great. We are helping them with assistance as much as we can," Larry Kudlow, Director of the United States National Economic Council, said in August. "We'll help them more if need be." Yet full assistance and other government programs remains to be seen.
"China's coming in next week," Trump told reporters at the White House Thursday. "We're going to have a meeting with them. We'll see. But we're doing very well."
As Trump visits Iowa, the farmers warn 'patience is wearing thin' on tariff fight.