Yeah, as others have said it’s just too small a portion of revenue for that to be a major news point or etc. Ages ago before concepts like free trade basically all major trading countries had very very high tariffs, and they were intended to be major sources of revenue for the state.
As the world became more interconnected and trade shifted to being integral to the economic functioning of all states (instead of being primarily the movement of “luxury” goods) tariffs (correctly) began to be seen as inhibitors of economic growth for all involved, and they were gradually winnowed down over time. Later on concepts of globalism and free trade kicked that process into hyperdrive.
The Federal government for example received significant portions of its funding on tariffs, and customs houses and administration over them were some of the most important civil service jobs (given out via the patronage system), due to the graft potentials (which were large and frequently exploited in the 19th century.)