While the TEA party movement may not hold George W. Bush in as high regard as Ronald Reagan, I highly doubt they would offer the criticism that Trump gave of Bush back in 2008 when he said Bush was "so bad, maybe the worst president in the history of this country. He has been so incompetent, so bad, so evil that I don't think any Republican could have won [in 2008]." In the same interview, he also said he thought that Obama "has a chance to go down as a great president," particularly due to the change that he would bring in foreign policy.
Although many on the left favor raising taxes on the rich, Trump's proposed tax hikes will likely not sit well with many on the right. In The America We Deserve, Trump said he would "impose a one-time, 14.25% tax on individuals and trusts with a net worth over $10 million. For individuals, net worth would be calculated minus the value of their principal residence. That would raise $5.7 trillion in new revenue, which we would use to pay off the entire national debt [and shore up the Social Security Trust Fund]." While this would hardly damage the wealthy who would be taxed by Trump's proposal, it would certainly discourage investment and inhibit job growth in the private sector.
Trump's history with eminent domain may not offend everyone on the right, but it will certainly raise eyebrows for many on both sides of the aisle. In 1997, he attempted to evict an elderly widow to allow for the expansion of his casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The land would have been used to build a "limousine waiting area," among other things. He also proposed the use of eminent domain to seize control of private property in Bridgeport, Connecticut to build an amusement park.