Kevin Miller previews the testimony of former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller before two committees in the Untied States House of Representatives.  Kevin Miller looks at a big package that will help farmers in Idaho and across the country. While farmers across the U.S. would ultimately love to see the various trade wars end, they are pleased to know that aid from Washington is on the way. The latest package is $16 billion following last year’s $12 billion influx of money for farmers that saw their incomes drop in the wake of China’s retaliatory tariffs.   Kevin Miller shares a quote from Ben Scholz  the president of the National Association of Wheat Growers and says “this is a band-aid when we really need a long-term fix.” American farm income dropped 16% last year to $63 billion, if the trade wars continue, what will happen to our ag industry?  Which sectors do you see as the most challenged right now?Today's guests: 6:35 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Simon Owen live from London with the latest on U.K./ Iran relations ; 7 a.m. - Longtime Boise financial planner and radio talk show host Dave Petso with his weekly market outlook ; 8 a.m. - Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Lars Larson (weeknights 6p to 9p on KIDO) joins Kevin to discuss current political news ; 8:35 a.m. - Fox News' Jon Decker reports live from the White House.  Kevin Miller and Jon Decker look at how the president will prepare for Mueller later in the week.
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