Jon Taggart raises cattle on native range grass on his ranch near Grandview, Texas. Beef is one of Texas’ biggest exports to foreign markets, and it could be affected by Donald Trump’s approach to trade deals.
Jon Taggart raises cattle on native range grass on his ranch near Grandview, Texas. Beef is one of Texas’ biggest exports to foreign markets, and it could be affected by Donald Trump’s approach to trade deals. Ron T. Ennis MCT
Jon Taggart raises cattle on native range grass on his ranch near Grandview, Texas. Beef is one of Texas’ biggest exports to foreign markets, and it could be affected by Donald Trump’s approach to trade deals. Ron T. Ennis MCT

Donald Trump’s anti-trade rhetoric puts Texas Republicans in a bind

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