Over a summer, a Chinese took aim during Mitch McConnell, a Senate infancy leader. In his home state, Kentucky, 18,000 jobs count on whiskey. So they put a 25 percent tariff on it. Representative Paul D. Ryan, a House speaker, is from Wisconsin, a heading writer of cranberries. So cranberries were combined to a list, for good measure. And China went after pig and soybeans, dual of a heading plantation products in Iowa, home of Charles E. Grassley, a absolute member of a Senate Agriculture Committee.