DES MOINES, Iowa — Tana Goertz, Iowa state co-chair for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, kicked off his fundraiser for veterans on Thursday night with extravagant compliments.
Trump “took a chance on me,” by inviting her to join his reality show “The Apprentice,” she said. Goertz said she “learned so much being mentored by Mr. Trump … and experience what a wonderful man he was.”
Trump is a “wonderful husband” and a “wonderful father,” she said. Goertz said Trump lives a “clean” life, explaining that he “doesn’t drink alcohol” and “doesn’t smoke.”
“That’s what I want in my president,” she added.
“This is a man of his word,” Goertz said of Trump, adding that he will do exactly what he says he’s going to do once he’s elected President of the United States.
She said that meeting Trump impacted her family’s life, “He changed our life forever.”
Goertz told the audience that if they caucus for Trump on February 1st, “you will have a great America again!”