Former U.S. President Barack Obama is speaking out against Jared Kushner’s tone-deaf comments in relation to the ambitions of Black Americans.

Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Kushner, claimed that the Black community in America “need to want to be successful” while appearing on the Fox News morning show “Fox and Friends”.

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“One thing we’ve seen in a lot of the Black community, which is mostly Democrat, is that President Trump’s policies are the policies that can help people break out of the problems that they’re complaining about,” said the husband of Ivanka Trump. “But he can’t want them to be successful more than they want to be successful.”

Obama voiced his disapproval for the inflammatory comments during a campaign rally speech in support of his former Vice President, and 2020 U.S. Presidential Democratic nominee, Joe Biden on Tuesday.

He began, “[Trump] loves to talk about Black unemployment, ‘look how low Black unemployment’ — well, you know what, unemployment was really high when I came in and we brought that unemployment low and it kept on going low. And he wants to take credit for it, says he’s the best president for Black folks since Abe Lincoln. Man.”

Obama added, “Now his advisers are out there saying, including his son-in-law. His son-in-law says Black folks have to want to be successful, that’s the problem. Who are these folks? What history books do they read?”

Meanwhile, Whoopi Goldberg also slammed Kushner’s comments, comparing his remarks to “a fart in a dust storm” on Tuesday’s episode of “The View”.

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Revealing what she’d like to say to Kushner, Goldberg blasted, “Here’s what is wrong for me. If you want people to stop bitching about stuff, then do something about it. You want people to stop saying ‘Hey, stop shooting us,’ then stop shooting us! You want to understand what’s going on in the Black community, ask the white folks that are marching with all these Black Lives Matter kids, ’cause they’re saying, ‘We get it, why don’t you?’”

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The actress added, “When you talk about what you’re going to do for the Black community, don’t tell me you’re going to pass this law or that law, because you had an opportunity to do that. What I want you to do is I want you to address the issues. If you address the issues then I’ll have some faith. When you do this, this is like a fart in a dust storm. It’s gone.”