Trump's plan is really all about sectoral balances. He simply wants the foreign sector to run deficits so that the domestic and government sector here in the U.S. runs surpluses. (Or, smaller deficits for the gov't.)
That's it. Really very easy to understand and really very do-able. And it's MMT consistent.
On the other hand, Bernie wants to "tax the rich," which I admit there's good reason to do (clawback, their spending has become destructive, harmful, speculative, etc.), but it's just shifting the deficit/surplus identity within the domestic sector and nothing more. It's really a very small minded plan and it won't work.
Trump's plan will work. Bernie's won't.