Trump misfires, tweets American Farm Bureau speech in wrong city

Trump misfires, tweets American Farm Bureau speech in wrong city

Trump said the wall was needed to cut down on illegal immigration, even though border crossings have fallen in recent years, and he said that it would lead to immigration reform that would help farmers get the workers they need for their fields.

"We're going to actually make it easier", the President said, "because you need these people". "I like farmers", Mr. Trump said in his opening remarks. They say they've been hurt by low commodity prices and the shutdown.

The latest skirmish in the president's fraught relationship with the spoken word occurred Monday, when Trump traveled to New Orleans to address the American Farm Bureau Federation's 100th Annual Convention amid the ongoing government shutdown.

The president addressed the 2018 Farm Bureau convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A National Park entrance fee collection service is temporarily suspended at Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park, the lowest point in North America, during the partial U.S. government shutdown, in Death Valley, California, U.S., January 10, 2019. "We're working with OMB to see if we can get some relief in that area so we can - farmers have sometimes dual issued checks they need to get co-endorsed out there to retrieve their marketing loans for peanuts and cotton and to do their normal course of business".

Musel says Trump has been good to farmers and had no choice but to get tough with China. And 63 percent of American voters support a Democratic proposal to reopen parts of the government that do not involve border security while negotiating funding for a border wall, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released Monday.

The partial government shutdown, now the longest on record, has suspended some federal aid for farmers - including subsidies for farmers hit by the president's tariffs.

"We're not giving up on him now, " Shelby Ricks said.

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