Farmers slam Trump's China tariffs despite billions spent on aid packages — 'farmers do not want a payout'
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The US collected $63 billion in tariffs in the year through to June, abut half of which was from new tariffs on China.

But roughly an equal amount of those fresh levies went back on aid to farmers who had been left stricken due to the effect of the trade war on crop exports. 

Farmers are slamming Trump saying the new  payments aren't filling the void, and are not helping ranchers in the long-run.

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