DIFFER FROM— DIFFER WITH
How do I properly use DIFFER FROM or DIFFER WITH in a sentence?
To express unlikeness, use differ from. To express dispute or contention, use differ with. To express divergence of opinion, you can use either from or with.
1) Spanish differs from English.
2) He differed with his fellow employees.
3) He differs from other writers.
4) I have differed with the President Obama on many questions.