The trade deficit has been increasing:
2019 (as of July): $505B or $865B if pro-rated (I just did a simple pro-rating, without taking into account seasonal trends).
The numbers for China specifically are below, but the trade deficit between two specific countries is a largely meaningless number. Targeting Chinese imports can decrease the US trade deficit with China without affecting the overall US trade deficit, or the overall Chinese trade surplus, or US' reliance on Chinese exports. If we are switching to importing goods from other countries, those goods will still be part of the global economy, and will be affected by China. And of course, the idea that trade deficits are "bad" is rather simplistic.
2019: 199 (341 pro-rated)