Gee, I'm not the only one that finds your "connections" tenuous at best. The more you "explain", the murkier your point gets.
The short answer is that the US taxpayer is less harmed by deals like TPP or NAFTA than the people in the "partner" countries. Will US citizens continue to be conned by their 0.01%-enabler class via TARP-like scams? ABSOLUTELY. TPP/NAFTA etc. are merely a way to export the majority of that harm from US banks/economy.
The rest of the world has little sympathy for US citizens who allow their banksters and politicians to create problems like the SubPrime Scam, INTENTIONALLY built from purely US mortgages that never should have been allowed, which were then exported world wide disguised as AAA investment instruments. If the US banksters had not been allowed export that crap, the EU and beyond would not have had failed/bailed banks. The Europeans were not being handed SubPrime mortgages, so why should their taxes have gone to bail out a US-created problem?
Ya, no sympathy for the US on the TPP/NAFTA deals, which the US banksters have been perpetrating on the rest of us for decades. Sucks when they finally come for you instead of just screwing other countries.