Jonathan Last at The Weekly Standard reminds of the similarities between The Pope and The Donald:
I used to think of Francis as the David Souter of Rome. But the deeper we get into his papacy, the clearer it is that he’s incredibly similar to President Trump. Francis doesn’t read, or seem overly concerned with policy or theology. He’s dismissive of long-standing traditions and established theological “experts” and instead wants the Church to be more populist. He’s prone to speaking off-the-cuff and without the pieties of formality. He likes to bully his subordinates instead of building consensus. He has a knack for searching out hot-button issues where he can sow division rather than building consensus. He has an incredibly healthy sense of his own executive acumen.
Go here to read the rest. There are of course differences: the Pope is an ideologue for example, and Trump most certainly is not, but in matters of style they are very similar indeed.