Trump Will Push Trade Policies as Helping Workers in U.S. Heartland

By Anonymous

President will have to address concerns of farmers hurt by retaliatory tariffs from the EU and China

WASHINGTON—With a month to go until the midterm elections, President Trump will hit the road next week to sell his new North American trade deal in the U.S. heartland, while trying to ease concerns over lingering trade disputes.

The president has rallies and fundraisers scheduled in Kansas, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky, a White House official said. He will showcase his efforts to boost American jobs and businesses through his actions that he says counter unfair trading practices.