Elder's comments came while the two debated circumstances impacting the black community in the United States, like fatherless households and systemic racism during a recent segment on the host's popular radio show "The Breakfast Club."
The host asked Elder if he had ever heard the slang term "n*gga wake-up call," according to a video of the exchange uploaded to Twitter.
Elder denied knowing the phrase which the host then explained to the candidate, "It is an incident where a person of color forgets they are of color and are reminded rather brutally by an unexpected act of racism."
The GOP presidential candidate shrugged off the notion, saying "Oh, brother." However, the host did not expect what Elder had in store for him next.
Elder took the opportunity to bring up Biden's famous quote that he made while speaking to the host in 2020 during his campaign for president, in which Biden told Charlamagne that god, "I tell you, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain't Black."
The host replied to Biden during that time, saying, "It has nothing to do with Trump. It has to do with the fact that I want something for my community."
Elder questioned the host why he failed to be outraged over President Biden's "racist" comment.
"And when Joe Biden insulted you by saying, 'You ain’t really Black if you don’t know whether you want to vote for me or vote for Donald Trump,' it seems to me that should have been a wake-up call on your part," Elder said to the host.
Adding, "How dare this guy come in here and insult you, a Black man, and tell you, 'You gotta think a certain kinda way.' I'm amazed that you weren’t mad about that."
The host said to Elder, "Um, I'm not going to say it upset me, just like I'm not letting you upset me. You know what I mean? I don't tend to get upset over things like that…"Elder continued: "Well, what you just now talked about, a 'n*gga wake-up call,’ and it seemed to me that that should've been a wake-up call on your part to have a White guy come in here, who also said by the way — about Mitt Romney — because he didn't want to put more regulations on Wall Street, 'He gon’ put y’all back in chains.'"
He then schooled the host on President Biden's controversial history towards the black community.
"And Joe Biden has lied for decades about his civil rights record, claiming that he desegregated movie theaters and restaurants in Wilmington, Delaware, when he didn’t. And he didn’t do any of that. He lied and said that he tried to visit Nelson Mandela during apartheid [in] South Africa. He did not," Elder said. "And he came here and told you you aren't even Black unless you think a certain kind of way. It seems to me that should've been a 'n---- wake-up call' for you, but it wasn't, apparently."
The host replied to Elder, saying, "I mean, no, for the record, I’m not even a Democrat or a Republican."
Elder fired back, "I didn’t say you were. I don't know what you are. I never even asked you about your party affiliation. I’m just saying, but you are Black. And to have a White guy come in here and tell you you have to think a certain way, otherwise you ‘ain’t Black’? Wow!"
In regards to why he failed to hold Biden accountable for his statement to the host, Charlamagne concluded the exchange, saying, "I mean, you probably right, but I didn't take it in that way."
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