Former President Donald Trump is blaming the ongoing anti-Israel protests at universities across the country on President Joe Biden. Trump made the assertion just before he entered the courthouse in his New York criminal trial on Tuesday.

According to him, Biden enabled the protests by sending the “wrong” message regarding Israel’s war with Hamas.

“What’s going on at the colleges — Columbia, NYU, and others — is a disgrace. It’s really on Biden. He’s got the wrong signal, he’s got the wrong tone, he’s got the wrong words. He doesn’t know who he’s backing. And It’s a mess,” the GOP presumptive nominee said to reporters.

“What’s going on is a disgrace to our country. It’s all Biden’s fault and everybody knows it. He’s got no message. He’s got no compassion. He doesn’t know what he’s doing. He can’t put two sentences together, frankly. He is the worst president in the history of our country,” he added.

Biden’s response to the Israel-Hamas war has been shaky. While he initially expressed support for Israel after Hamas carried out an unprecedented attack on the Jewish state on Oct. 7, he has also appeared to tilt more towards Palestine with his constant calls for a ceasefire in Israel’s retaliatory operation in Gaza.

The president has condemned the antisemitic protests have been happening on college campuses.

He spoke against the protests in his Passover statement on Sunday night, in which he said that his administration has placed the full force of the federal government behind the Jewish community.

“Even in recent days, we’ve seen harassment and calls for violence against Jews. This blatant Antisemitism is reprehensible and dangerous – and it has absolutely no place on college campuses, or anywhere in our country,” he wrote.

The president, however, appeared to lack the same level of resolve his Sunday statement had by Monday when he was asked if he condemns the protests on campus.

“I condemn the antisemitic protests. That’s why I’ve set up a program to deal with that,” he said, adding, “I also condemn those who don’t understand what’s going on with the Palestinians.”