The Department of Agriculture announced a $12 billion aid package on Tuesday for farmers impacted by U.S. trade disputes. The money would go to pork, soybean and dairy farmers among others who have been slapped with retaliatory tariffs in response to President Donald Trump's tariffs on foreign goods. But how much can the government do to offset the costs of its trade fight? The answer may depend on how long the fight goes on and whom it impacts.
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