President Obama should stop trying to blame all of his problems on the previous administration, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) said.

The brother of former President George W. Bush said the blame-shifting was his one "humble criticism" of the new administration.

"If I had one humble criticism of President Obama, it would be to stop this notion of somehow framing everything in the context of everything was bad before I got here, and focus on his duties -- which, we all want him to succeed," Jeb Bush told Fox News's Sean Hannity in an interview to air tonight. "But constantly pushing down the previous president to make yourself look good, I think is a bad thing."

Bush's comments come amid a steady flow of sniping between some figures in the past and present administration. Most notably, Vice Presidents Cheney and Biden have been going back-and-forth in media stints over Cheney's allegation that the Obama administration had made America less safe.

Watch the preview of Bush's comments below: