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Trump Puts Tariffs on Pizza Toppings

A 35% duty on Spanish black olives has an ally seeing red

The fighter jets roaring above Joaquín García as he strolls among the 8,000 trees on his family farm in southern Spain are a reminder of the battle the U.S. is waging against his cash crop. García grows olives—one more product ensnared in the dragnet of President Trump’s trade wars—in groves bordering the Morón Air Base, which hosts hundreds of U.S. military personnel and their families. He and others here say they’ve long seen the base as a symbol of the close ties between Washington and Madrid.

That relationship is being put to the test after Trump slapped a 35% tariff on black Spanish table olives following complaints by American

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