@Advancingtime - When Trump Organization went bankrupt, a lot of people blamed Trump for buying the Trump Shuttle (now Delta Shuttle I think?). Others said he had too many properties levered in debt. The stock market had been on a tear, but Trump doesn't buy stocks (according to Trump, I have no idea).
But when creditors dug into Trump Organization, they realized the bankruptcy was caused by a helicopter crash that killed several senior executives who ran day to day operations while Trump "made deals". Art of the Deal and all that. Trump tweets and draws the crowds, he knows how to deal with crooked city officials who demand bribes and union bosses who demand kickbacks when building supplies are brought to a job site.
Trump relied (and probably still relies) on a group of trusted advisors to handle lots of the details, to actually execute Trump Organization strategy.
Plenty of corporations and armies have been stymied because the leader had vision but didn't have lieutenants who could execute.
President Trump (as opposed to CEO Trump) has had a lot of trouble finding lieutenants who can execute his ideas, people who can get things done. There has been a LOT of personnel turnover.
Obama had the same problem. Bush II had Colin Powell and Condolesa Rice and Rumsfeld to execute, but Bush II had no vision. Bill Clinton mostly had vision for coed interns, but he also lacked lieutenants who could get things done.
Presidents and CEOs need solid people who can execute the leader's vision. HR departments spend a lot of time making sure they can attract good employees; companies that don't have trouble.
Washington DC has so much corruption, and confirmation hearings are such partisan witch hunts, that Presidents of both parties are unable to get good lieutenants to get things done