Up next in the race for the democratic presidential nomination, the remaining candidates will battle it out for more delegates as voters head to the polls in six states next week. That includes the swing state of Michigan. With the help of rural voters, President Trump flipped the usually blue state in 2016, beating out Hillary Clinton by less than one percent. But now, as Correspondent Jessica Gomez reports, those farmers say his trade policies are pushing them to the brink of bankruptcy.



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