Rep. Dan Crenshaw debated HBO's "Real Time" host Bill Maher on Friday over President Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak and whether his optimistic style is hopeful or delusional.
"Exuding positivity in a crisis is exactly how we ask our SEALs to lead," Crenshaw said about Trump's style.
"When people make these accusations," Crenshaw said, "I have to ask them: Is the goal to make Trump look bad or is the goal to get to the truth? Because there are two separate sets of answers for that."
"What do we feel about him? Don't you want to comment about his latest tweet and the way he lashed out? No, I don't," Crenshaw said. "I can't defend everything. He doesn't have the same style as I do. I don't consider him to be my spiritual guide by any means."