Clinton does not support TPP, or CAFTA, and is at best unclear about her support for free trade deals.
Neither understands what is going on. We are transitioning from one less productive jobs "buggy whip making jobs" to jobs which are more productive. The less productive jobs are either being automated, or being picked up by overseas producers who can exist in a lower wage environment. There is no keeping these job in America. There is only automating them, or having the products made elsewhere.
This fallacy that we can keep our outdated, low paying, crappy jobs, and still develop economically, increase productivity, and increase wealth is false. It is one or the other. Wealth, and better jobs, or keep the old crappy jobs. Both candidates are aligning with crappy jobs/low wealth. Insane.
And, yes, I have worked these crappy jobs. I worked as a papermaker on the number 1, number 2, number 3, and number 4 paper machines at the Boise Cascade St. Helens paper mill. When I was there (it is now shutdown) the automation was mid 1960s level, so the work was hot, difficult, physically demanding, and required a continuous 8 hour shift. That means you worked 8 hours, no breaks, or lunches except for what you could manage to catch on the fly. Some days were easy, others required working continuously for 8 hours.
I miss nothing about the job except the bragging rights.
I do feel for the people who have a fairly a easy job, at acceptable pay, which because of its low productivity it is disappearing. These people will have to retrain to do a new job, and many do not want to. But consumers being what they are, demanding, this will have to happen. Trump, and Clinton attempting to stop this process will not change the ultimate outcome. The buyers for the products will simply dry up, and the jobs will disappear regardless. Alternate products will appear, the market will right itself, but without the jobs. Trying to stem this tide is foolish, and economically wasteful.