Of course not. The President is acting very selectively on a global scale.
You and others here are the isolationists withdrawing from the world of commerce that makes America thrive.
The President is working with trading pardners to resolve inequities and improve our ability to trade. The President is facilitating international trade.
He speaks of Fair Trade and is working diligently to remove foreign tariffs that impede sales of American companies trading on an international scale. In addition to Boeing et al, there are many many medium and small American companies that will benefit from such efforts opening closed international markets.
Although dealing global is good, merely dealing internationally for small compaies is very good.
"A policy or doctrine of trying to isolate one's country from the affairs of other nations by declining to enter into alliances, foreign economic commitments, international agreements, and generally attempting to make one's economy entirely self-reliant; seeking to devote the entire efforts of one's country to its own advancement, both diplomatically and economically, while remaining in a state of peace by avoiding foreign entanglements and responsibilities."
Sounds good to me. It sounds like a definition of patriotism too. Put me down as an isolationist, and proudly so.