Recently, President Donald Trump commented that NFL players who kneel during the National Anthem should lose their jobs as professional football players.

Jim Harbaugh does not agree.

After the Wolverines posted a 28-10 win over Purdue on Saturday, the Michigan head coach was asked about Trump’s remarks. He didn’t not have kind words for the president.

Colin Kaepernick has become famous for his anthem protests over the last two seasons, a stance he is taking to try and bring attention to police brutality. As a former head coach of the San Francisco 49ers and Kaepernick, Harbaugh seems to be showing his support for the quarterback.

Harbaugh hasn’t been afraid to speak his mind about things and didn’t hold back on Saturday.