Former Georgia Gov. George “Sonny” Perdue appeared before the Senate Agriculture Committee Thursday morning and made it known his strong desire to be a champion voice and advocate for agriculture’s unique challenges and needs going forward within the Trump Administration.
Top of mind for many senators during the hearing is the role Perdue would play in the anticipated trade agenda. Perdue said he plans to develop personal relationships with Commerce Secretary Wilbur
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