Trump attacks Japanese car makers "they are selling theirs too many in the U.S and Japanese do not buy enough American cars.".
Trump says strong dollar is "killing the U.S" - now this statement is coherent with his car industry policy, because when Yen gets stronger, then we are more capable of accommodating American cars (if there is -- free market).
But wait, if the dollar gets weaker, wouldn't the the median income of the U.S citizens become lower in comparison with other countries? (Weaker money means if you would like to import something, the cost would be high.)
According to a census, the U.S is a robust importer than the exporter by the margin of around 70 billion USD. (Please see the last page.)
Now, is there any exact economic plan with Trump or Trump administration? Or should were it, could it be called "coherent" (aka workable.)