Michelle Obama and CNN anchor Victor Blackwell both reacted to another racially charged twitter rant from Donald Trump.

The rant came Saturday after U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings criticized conditions of ICE and border patrol facilities along the Mexican border. Trump took to Twitter, and called Cummings’ Baltimore home district a “very dangerous & filthy place.”

Most of Cummings’ district is comprised of Baltimore, where about 62.8 percent of the city’s population is African-American, notes People.

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Trump went on to say that Cummings is “shouting and screaming at the great men & women of Border Patrol about conditions at the Southern Border, when actually his Baltimore district is FAR WORSE and more dangerous.”

The tweets and somewhat baseless words about Baltimore shook up CNN anchor and Baltimore Native Victor Blackwell on Saturday.

During his show Saturday, Blackwell stated, “Donald Trump has tweeted more than 43,000 times. He’s insulted thousands of people, many different types of people. But when he tweets about infestation, it’s about black and brown people,” the New York Post wrote.

Blackwell used over 5 examples of Trump’s use of the word infested, which in every case had to do with people of color.

Blackwell’s final response to the president was addressing Trump’s comment that no one wants to live in Baltimore. “You know who did, Mr. President? I did, from the day I was brought home from the hospital to the day I left for college, and a lot of people I care about still do.”

First Lady Michelle Obama also chimed in on the discussion, but in a bit more subtle way. She took time to give a shoutout to a Baltimore dance team for National Dance Day.

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Trump has tweeted about Blacks, Baltimore, racism, and Cummings from Saturday to Sunday. Here’s a look at some of the conversation.