Political Rewind: Aid Coming For Georgians Hurt By Trump Trade War
Today on Political Rewind, Georgia’s poultry producers may soon receive millions of dollars of government relief to compensate for their losses as a result of President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. As that war continues, how is it affecting the president’s standing among Georgia farmers? Our panel weighs in.
Meanwhile, the 2020 battle for the Georgia Legislature promises to be fierce. Republicans and Democrats say they will spend millions to fight for control of each chamber. House Minority Leader Bob Trammell joins our panel to discuss the looming battle. His message to Republicans, "Do yourself a favor. If you want to distance him [President Trump], go on record and do it now, because it is a gift to us in 2020."
Also, following a call by Gov. Brian Kemp to cut state budgets, an expansion of gambling is now the hot topic at the State Capitol.