Subject to monthly fluctuation according to the US Census Bureau:
While much noise is made about it, economically, the trade deficit is meaningless. Unlike the federal budget deficit (which is all too real), the "trade deficit" does not measure the interaction of "countries", but, instead, the interaction of literally millions of INDIVIDUAL buyers and sellers, none of whom would undertake a trade that was not mutually beneficial - that is, value for value.
Moreover, the "trade deficit" does not reflect capital investment between individuals in different countries that completely offset the difference because, again, such transactions are value for value.
It's simply not a measure of anything real.
Country data from the US Census Bureau (albeit a bit dated).
Understanding reflects 20 years as a practicing economist.