Wanda Cooper-Jones, the mother of Ahmaud Arbery, spoke out this week to talk about how “compassionate” President Donald Trump was during his meeting with the families of victims of police brutality.

Though Arbery was a black jogger who was killed by civilians, the way his death was handled by police and prosecutors afterward contributed to the unrest that spread across the country like wildfire. “I was very very emotional throughout the whole conference,” Cooper-Jones told Fox News after the meeting. “[Trump] was very compassionate. He shows major concerns for all families, not just one family but for all families. I can say that President Trump was very receiving. He listened and he addressed each and every family accordingly.”

Though Cooper-Jones faced some backlash from leftists for agreeing to meet with Trump, she has no regrets about doing so. “I wanted him to hear my voice,” she explained, later adding, “He did assure each family member that we would and should expect change.”

Cooper-Jones also addressed Trump’s police reform executive order, saying that while she does not think it is enough, it’s a step in the right direction. “I don’t think that’s enough, but I do think that is a start,” she said. “I didn’t think that order addresses anything that concerns Ahmaud’s case at all.”

Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and White House advisor, took to Twitter to praise Cooper-Jones after the meeting. “Mrs. Cooper-Jones, the tragic loss and injustice that you have suffered should be experienced by no parent,” she tweeted. “My father was honored to meet you today and deeply moved by your story. We are with you and will continue to hold your family and Ahmaud in our hearts. God Bless.”

Cooper-Jones’ son was out jogging in February when he was killed by two white locals, one of whom later turned out to be a former police officer who suspected him of burglary. It took more than two months for the two men to be arrested, with them only being taken into custody after video of the shooting leaked to the media.