I haven't collected the full range of quotes from Trump administration officials, to see what each person thinks. But it seems to me there is some good evidence that at least a few high-ranking Trump administration officials are pretty enthusiastic about something Cold War-ish with China.
The Trump administration wants to end duty-free imports for some developing countries under GSP, but rather than reforming the program, it seems like the Trump administration is simply looking for opportunities to raise tariffs.
People hoping that Democratic politicians will become enthusiastic proponents of trade liberalization may end up being disappointed. But there is a chance that they will move away from the confrontational, unilateralist, protectionist approach of the Trump administration.