At a rally in Iowa, the presumptive Republican nominee for president made a similar point to an audience of more than 100,000, noting that he was one of the few Americans in the room who didn’t support Donald Trump.

“I think the American people are going to have to make a choice,” Hatch said.

“We need somebody who understands the world around us.

I have a great understanding of the world, and I’m a businessman.”

As Trump’s campaign continues to struggle in key states, he is drawing comparisons to former President Jimmy Carter, who in 1976, lost the presidency to Jimmy Carter.

Trump has taken the time to criticize Carter, but Hatch’s remarks have been seen as a rebuke to his Republican Party’s presumptive nominee.

Hatch’s remarks come a day after he told Fox News that if Trump were to become president, he would be the first president to be elected to office who would be elected without a Cabinet secretary.

Hasek’s comments came days after former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he would not vote for Trump.

Trump responded to Gingrich’s comments by suggesting that he and Hatch might be on the same team in the White House.

Hassan is the first MLB player to endorse Trump, the former president’s son-in-law and a former ambassador to the U.N. He was in Iowa to speak at a campaign event, and he told the Des Moines Register that he supported Trump’s call to build a wall along the Mexican border, a theme that he repeated at rallies across the country.

“We have a wall that has been in place for 50 years, and it’s being built,” Hassan said.

“[Trump] wants to build the wall.”

In a statement to POLITICO, the league said that it had not received any calls for Hassan’s endorsement of Trump.

The organization said it was looking into whether its players could be called to address a meeting of the Republican National Committee, which is scheduled for Saturday.