Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis blasted former President Donald Trump for accepting an endorsement from a prominent Black Lives Matter leader.

Co-founder of Black Lives Matter Rhode Island, Mark Fisher, told Fox News that he supports Trump‘s 2024 bid for the White House because the former president had done more for Black people than all other presidents in his lifetime.

“You know, we’ve been used for so long at that party,” Fisher said. “They don’t value our vote. Their policies are basically racist policies and I believe it’s a racist party. Donald Trump is the opposite. He’s going to tell you how it is. He’s going to give it to you straight. Trump has done more for the black community than any president I can think of in my lifetime.”

Trump responded to Fisher’s endorsement via his Truth Social account, adding that he was honored to get the endorsement.

“Spoke with Mark Fisher yesterday, a great guy, very honored to have his and BLM’s support,” Trump said. “I have done more for Black people than any other President (Lincoln?), including 10 year funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, where they had none, Opportunity Zones, Criminal Justice Reform, and much more. Thank you to Mark!”

Fisher is no longer a member of the BLM Rhode Island, according to a spokesperson for the group. Desantis is, however, unhappy that Trump accepted the endorsement. The Florida governor, who is running against Trump for the GOP nominee, stated that Trump did nothing while BLM rioters burned down the country during the George Floyd protest of 2020.

“BLM praising Donald Trump — and Trump celebrating it — makes perfect sense,” DeSantis wrote on X. “When BLM was burning down cities and assaulting police officers in cities across this country, Trump did nothing but sit in the White House tweeting ‘LAW & ORDER! “We did it differently in Florida. I didn’t just tweet. I took action and called up the National Guard. We were not going to let our cities burn. As president, I will not sit idly by and watch rioters torch American cities.”