Is China targeting Trump country with tariffs?

Thousands of pounds of corn flow from combine to tractor trailer.
Thousands of pounds of corn flow out of a combine into a tractor trailer during the corn harvest in Murdock, Minnesota.
Evan Frost | MPR News

After President Trump announced tariffs on Chinese goods, China responded with their own tariffs on American goods. But China's tariffs seem targeted at farmers, who are right in the middle of America's reddest Republican-leaning heartland states. What are the political and economic implications of what might turn out to be a trade war with China?

Guest 1: Mary E. Lovely - nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute and professor of economics at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

Guest 2: Politico Trade and Agriculture editor Pradnya (P.J.) Joshi

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