The U.S. shipped 4.76 million tonnes of sorghum to China in 2017,
the bulk of China's roughly 5 million tonnes of imports of the grain that year,
and worth around $1.1 billion, according to Chinese customs data.
Let's do the math: $1.1B/375.2B = 0.29%
"With less sorghum moving to China, the U.S.’s trade deficit with the country – which hit a record high yesterday – likely will get worse, analysts said."
Hard to believe "analysts" actually say something like that and expect people to listen to their meaningless drivel.
Let's look up the meaning of perspective!!