The government provided up to $12 billion to offset the impact of Chinese retaliatory tariffs. But the aid was distributed unevenly, and some agribusinesses got much more than individual farmers.
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Critics say it's the latest example of how loopholes in federal farm subsidy programs allow large farms to collect far more than the supposed caps on that aid.
President Donald Trump is claiming that South Africa is seizing farms and that high numbers of farmers are being killed in the country. A look at Trump's comments and the reality behind the land situation in South Africa: