Tuesday night, Donald Trump won the presidency with 279 votes to Hillary Clinton’s 228.
With remarks against John McCain, R-Az., lewd comments he made in the past, no political experience, and a plethora of other instances, to some, it didn’t look like the candidate had a chance.
On AgriTalk Wednesday, Jim Wiesmeyer of Informa Economics told host Mike Adams how a lot could change with a Trump at the helm of the U.S.
He predicts food stamp reform, a more balanced farm bill, the end of WOTUS and how this election should send a “resounding message” to Clinton and President Obama.
Listen to Wiesmeyer explain how Trump won the election with pollsters predicting wrong and how Paul Ryan’s fate as Speaker of the House rests in his own hands on AgriTalk above.