“That's just me personally… I don't like the way that he tweets, some of the things that he says, his word choices at times are not my word choices. He comes across with more New York City swagger than I do from the Midwest and definitely not the way that I'm raising my kids,” he continued. “Saying that, there are policy areas that we agree on and when we agree on those things we work on those things together… But it's also been a grand challenge to be able to say, for a person of faith, for a person who believes that there is a right way to go on things I- I wish that he did. And he was more of a role model in those areas.”
The lawmaker further praised the former reality TV star for his practice of “religious liberty” in the White House.