http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/03/us/politics/donald-trump-trade-policy-china.html?_r=0 IMHO, Trump might be wrong. I agree that correlation is not necessarily causation. And yet how none of these experts can come up any solutions and means to implement them? Right or wrong, they should say SOMETHING instead of "You are always wrong" because anyone who's had an ex that did nothing but blame showed there was a bigger problem with the ex. Here's one idea: Stopping all corporate welfare given to companies that offshore jobs and/or profits. How is that bad? How is that good? Pose the bill to lawmakers and prohibit riders from being introduced to fetter and litter the process, which was probably why the GOP-dominated congress quickly shot down a similar option in 2005: http://www.ontheissues.org/SenateVote/Party_2005-63.htm . Note who voted YES on a bill that, per its headline, is far more "free market" than what the corporate welfare takers will ever admit. Or maybe it's easier to say "Note who voted NO" since it was every single GOP person, even Grassley, and even "corporate" and/or "centrist" Democrats like Obama and Clinton voted YES to halt the corporate welfare (so there's another reason to give Clinton consideration on November as well).