When it comes to Trade Reform here is an extract from the new website www.greatagain.gov
Free trade is good as long as it is fair trade. American workers are the best in the world. On a level playing field, we can compete, and win. Yet, too many American jobs have been lost over the last decade because of trade deals that do not put Americans first. Factories have closed and jobs have moved overseas because the government has imposed crushing regulations and taxes, while it negotiated trade deals that incentivized American companies to make things abroad, where environmental and labor protections are minimal and wages are low.
The Trump Administration will reverse decades of policies that have pushed jobs out of our country. The new Administration will make it more desirable for companies to stay, create jobs here, pay taxes here, and rebuild our economy. Our workers and the communities that support them will thrive again, as more and more companies compete to set up manufacturing in the U.S., to hire our young people and give them hope and a real shot at prosperity again. America will become, once more, a destination for jobs, production and innovation and will once more show economic leadership in the world.
Yesteerday just before he left for Lima and the APEC Summit Trade Minister Todd McClay detected a change of tone. "Largely the language they use is something New Zealand could use; it's the role of trade, you need fairness, not just free trade, and things like that. So it's quite different from what we've seen during the campaign."
As far as the TPPA was concerned, "it's far too soon for anyone to be saying it's completely over" McClay continued More reading