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'Iowans cannot afford a trade war:' State's congressional delegation warns Trump

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Iowa's congressional delegation warned President Donald Trump that the tariffs on steel and aluminum imports he plans to levy could start a trade war with very negative consequences for Iowa agricultural exports – a key driver of the state's economy.

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