News from 2018 mentioned $12B:
[07/24/2018] Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Tuesday unveiled a three-part, $12 billion plan to ease the sting of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. farmers through a mix of payments, purchases and trade promotion efforts.
The plan seeks to ensure that U.S. farmers and ranchers — a key constituency for President Donald Trump and Republicans — don’t bear the brunt of an escalating trade fight as the administration pursues an aggressive course to rebalance America's trade relationships. [...]
Perdue said the amount is in line with the roughly $11 billion in negative effects that USDA has calculated agricultural producers have suffered as a result of “illegal” retaliatory tariffs imposed by China, Canada, Mexico, the European Union and other major economies.
The aid also doesn’t address other sectors of the economy that have been hurt by retaliatory tariffs by U.S.’ largest trading partners, such as manufacturers, consumers and other industries.
But sticking just with US farmers, was that $12B rolled over to 2019? What's the total sum to date?