I’ve seen him two times on YouTube now, the first time responding to angry protesters, guiding them to dialog, and now the second time when he questioned an arbitration laywer about a case where a woman was gangraped in Iraq, and her contract stipulated that she could not go to court about it. He introduced and got approved an amendment so the government would no longer hire parties with those binding agreements.
Talking down protestors:
Questioning the arbitration lawyer
A man worth watching. I wouldn’t be surprised if this man, a former comedian with a great sense for timing and apparently a great sense of justice, is going (upward) places.