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President Trump addressed the agricultural industry in Tennessee on Monday. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Tom Vilsack, president of the U.S. Dairy Export Council and former Secretary of Agriculture, about whether farmers, many of whom voted for Trump, still have confidence in him.
2016. Vilsack stock rises as Clinton nears VP pick . The former Iowa governor is the subject of increasing speculation within Clinton’s political orbit.
In a surprise move, Tom Vilsack, the head of the USDA, has abruptly quit and, apparently, boarded a flight home, according to the Associated Press. Update: After a brief conversation with the USDA, we’ve updated this post to reflect some new information. Vilsack has served as the head of the ...
Tom Vilsack. As president and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC), Tom Vilsack provides strategic leadership and oversight of USDEC's global promotional and research activities, regulatory affairs and trade policy initiatives.
The 2008 presidential campaign of Tom Vilsack, former Iowa Governor began on November 30, 2006, the 2nd to officially announce a run. Vilsack had previously been considered as Vice Presidential candidate for Senator John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election.
Tom Vilsack, who helmed the US Department of Agriculture for (almost) the entire two terms under President Barack Obama, has a new job. Vilsack, a former governor of Iowa, was a well-liked agriculture secretary, having expanded the department’s reach in rural issues ranging from electrification to ...
Tom Vilsack serves as the Nation’s 30th Secretary of Agriculture. As leader of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Vilsack is working hard to strengthen the American agricultural economy, build vibrant rural communities and create new markets for the tremendous innovation of rural America.
As Hillary Clinton prepares to announce her vice presidential nominee as early as Friday, one man has emerged as the dark horse candidate: Tom Vilsack.