All we have to do, is close the curtain. And I say close it. Forever, for all I care. I hate Chinese products. And I've already been there, so don't care if they restrict us from going there either. Been there, done that. Don't need to see it again. China was a country full of super poor peasants, before we opened the red curtain. Their PPP the purchasing power parity the first year after we began trading with them (which was 1979) in 1980, was $314.00. China's PPP is now $18,416.00. They won't be able to survive without us. All their technology has been stolen from us. When American companies went back in, China's communist rules required they partner up w/Chinese government, with control over their IP to do business there, and so greedy American corps wanting cheap labor were willing to do that. The one thing they can't partner up with (legally) is military companies (although some American corps have tried and got criminally prosecuted for it, and this is how China got better rocket plans that didn't always fail or take out entire villages). But if they could, they would. Because China can't even design an aircraft carrier that works. This is because communism does not foster innovation. And without our ideas, and our wallets buying their crap they stole and remade there, they will be nothing but peasants again, if we re-close that curtain. So I say close it. We were fine without them before, and can be again. It's China who will suffer. Not the US. I am ready for battle (i.e., not buying Chinese crap).
And Trump's trade war is already working, as after Trump began the trade war, China's economic growth rate, is currently at a 27 year low. I say keep it going, because our economy is booming!