Jones said Wednesday in an Associated Press interview that even in deep-red Alabama people are starting to question whether Trump’s “nationalistic approach” on tariffs is a threat to their financial well-being.
He said: “My soybean farmers are scared to death because they’re losing markets left and right. They’ve spent so much time building up markets in China and abroad” that are now uncertain because of Trump’s approach.
Jones said Alabama’s auto exporters are also concerned.
Trump calls himself the “tariff man” and wants to hike more such taxes on foreign entities that do business in the U.S.
Republished with permission from the Associated Press.