U.S. Farmers Expected to Receive $16 Billion Bailout

Farmers hit hard by America’s trade war with China are now expected to receive billions of dollars in aid from the Trump administration.

Many farmers have struggled to make ends meet as the prolonged trade war continues.

But now the Trump administration is expected to hand down a $16 billion bailout.

This is the second round of relief for American farmers.

The first farmer bailout in 2018 was $12 billion dollars paid by a depression-era organization called the Commodity Credit Corporation.

The White House says the tariffs will pay for the bailout.

But a lot of farmers say the bailouts just aren’t enough.

Other farmers say they’re willing to tough it out in hopes that President Trump gets a better deal with China.