Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said that former President Donald Trump did more for Black American and other minorities during his presidency than President Joe Biden has and will ever do. The former presidential candidate made the comments on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” while addressing those who have questioned his support for Trump.

Scott, who is African-American, has been criticized by political pundits on CNN and MSNBC for his support for Trump, who they claim is “easily the most racist president in our lifetime.”

When FNC “The Ingraham Angle” host Laura Ingraham asked him about the remarks, Scott said that while he did not expect that form of attack, he expects Democrats “to lose their minds because Donald Trump did more for minorities than Joe Biden will ever do.”

Going into details, the only Black Senate Republican stated, “Think about the fact that Donald Trump put more money in historically black colleges and universities than any other president, any other president.

Ingraham then asked, “How about wages and small businesses among African-Americans?”

Responding to the host’s question, the lawmaker shared some statistics, saying, “The bottom 20% wage growth was higher than the top 20%, the lowest unemployment rate in the history of the country came first under Donald Trump. You think about rare blood diseases like sickle cell anemia, who helped champion that cause with me? Donald Trump. Think about the greatest anti-poverty program in the history of the country, Opportunity Zones. Donald Trump.”

Sickle cell anemia is a blood disorder that affects Black people disproportionately.

Trump has also said that his administration has done more for African Americans than any president has since Abraham Lincoln.

One of the accomplishments he has touted is his 2019 signing of a bipartisan bill to permanently provide over $250 million yearly to the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities.

For Scott, Trump is a good president for the entire nation, as he said, “ He’ll help white people and Black people and brown people. I mean, he likes everybody.”