On the same issue, I agree with what Raymond said. It's common sense. Either you believe in trade or you don't. From some of the rhetoric I've been hearing from Washington in the past few months, it seems people ignore that trade has value.
It's interesting to see that a populist movement, which was what the last election in the U.S. was about, gives us a presidency in the United States where the discourse is pretty similar to what I've heard from the remaining Marxists in Europe: people who don't believe in trade, people who think trade is bad—for different reasons, I guess, but with the same display of not being interested in details or facts.