Today, 08:53 AM
As pointed out before, the center of Trump's trade speech was about opposing globalist leaning deals, or deals that subordinate US authority to an international entity. That is a sovereignty issue, not protectionism (and Trump has stated he was bluffing about imposing tariffs, to get a better deal).
The immigration issue has been thoroughly discussed, but unfortunately thoroughly misunderstood by you. Free immigration, like other transactions, requires a means of redress for both parties (migrants and current citizens) from being victims of force or fraud. It is a contract, not a one-way or unilateral choice of the people relocating. The receiving population agrees to the migration based on the lawful process its government sets up to so protect people from force and fraud, while not following the established procedure results in a forced entry or access to American resources, since consent was not established. So there is a proper liberty role for government in protecting the borders and screening the migrants, regardless of your wish to demonize the consent process or structures as "racist' or statist. And note, you did not answer the points raised about how open borders increases statism.
As far as opposing wars, the consistent theme of his formal statements call for no nation building, declares the most recent wars mistakes, and leans towards ending or reducing NATO. Ignore the rally/tweet hyperbole, Trump is not about furthering US military adventurism. And Trump's considered position on healthcare (not blurbs he put out in interviews years ago) is to end Obamacare, and replace it with the previous alternatives (decentralized regulation of insurance across the states, MSAs, etc), not a universal system.