My American citizenship is based on my mother's location at the time of my birth. I did not choose to be an American, but have no reason to live elsewhere.
Despite its many faults, the USA is good enough for me. But I am not a chauvinist, patriot or America-firster.
I believe that a worker in China or Mexico has as much right to a job that will properly support a family as does a worker in the USA. My first loyalty is to what's proper—not to a place of birth or residence.
I am opposed to protective tariffs. Inefficient businesses do not deserve protection from competitors in any country. Few Americans could afford American-made computers, cellphones, t-shirts or sneakers. Industrial production moves to different countries, at different times and for different reasons. Ford is expanding production in Mexico—and in the USA.
Wages for blue-collar, pink-collar, white-collar and no-collar workers will eventually be close worldwide. Until then, there will grumbling about loss of jobs, but happiness about inexpensive phones and clothes.