The Wall Street Journal reports, "President Trump on Monday said that China is feeling the pain from U.S. tariffs, boding well for a trade deal, but talks so far between the two nations haven't yielded concrete results. 'We're doing very well with China. They're having a hard time with their economy because of the tariffs,' Mr. Trump told reporters before leaving for a speech in New Orleans, where he was scheduled to address the American Farm Bureau Federation. 'We are getting things that before I became president, you would have had no chance of getting,' Mr. Trump said. 'I think we're going to be able to do a deal with China.' While U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports have put pressure on China's weakening economy, retaliatory tariffs on U.S. agriculture exports imposed by China have also punished U.S. farmers, who so far have stuck with the administration politically. The Trump administration's tariffs have raised costs on U.S. importers, some of whom have begun passing those along to American consumers."