Trump responds to Jay-Z's comments on 'The Van Jones Show'

Trump responds to Jay-Z's comments on 'The Van Jones Show'

Trump responds to Jay-Z's comments on 'The Van Jones Show'

However, that's not all Trump is doing in this tweet.

Trump appears to have issued his tweet in response to an appearance Carter made on The Van Jones Show on CNN on Saturday night.

As a guest on the inaugural episode of CNN's Van Jones Show this weekend, Jay-Z and Jones discussed the current state of unemployment in African-American communities across the country.

"No, because it's not about money", he said. Money doesn't equate to, like, happiness, it doesn't.

Some people missed the point of Jay-Z's message and disparaged him on Twitter.

Jay-Z added, "You treat people like human beings".

Jay-Z said no, mainly because he thought they would not be invited.

The mogul also took aim at Trump in an interesting way, saying even if the African American community is benefiting economically now, saying, "Treat me really bad and pay me well".

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He said: "Everyone feels anger".

Still, Jay-Z ended that segment of the interview on a relatively sympathetic note. It's just this is the leader of the free world speaking like this.

In 2014, after a surveillance video showing an altercation between Jay-Z and Solange Knowles - the sister of his wife, Beyonce - surfaced, Trump expressed concern about the Grammy award-winning rapper's marriage.

Jay Z's "4:44" album has eight nominations, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Rap Album. "You don't take the the trash out".

He added, "You don't take the trash out, you keep spraying whatever over it to make it acceptable".

In his interview, Hov called President Trump a "Superbug" and slammed him for his comments about African nations being "shithole countries". The current Black unemployment rate―which remains far higher than the white unemployment rate, at 6.8 percent to 3.7 percent, respectively―slowly declined throughout the eight years of the Obama administration after spiking amid the 2007 global financial crisis.

Jones responded, "Someone needs to inform @realDonaldTrump that I ALREADY asked whether black employment figures redeem Trump's presidency".

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