Her brother Eric in his speech brought up something seemingly small and entirely true that really appealed to me. The ice skating rink in Central Park was closed for years. Every time NYC tried to get it running they couldn't do it and we were spending millions of dollars. It was incredible. Trump stepped in and got it open ahead of schedule and under budget. At the time I admired Trump for that and still do.
Trump will find that government is very different from business. In business if someone isn't doing their job he/she can be replaced. There are no monetary incentives to work harder or faster. The supplies you get come from an approved list. You can't burn bridges and have to be socially approachable. Can you see Trump going around the country trying to raise money for fellow Republicans? I can't. This is the fundamental problem with his candidacy - he's going to use the business model. It's been a disaster for education, hospitals and churches. It'll be a disaster for the government and for us as citizens. 7% TDA - kiss it goodbye. Social Security at 64 - kiss it goodbye. Governmental pensions - kiss them goodbye. I'd gladly kiss my guns goodbye - if I had any.