"Don't vote for a Cuban," warns a new robocall on behalf of Donald Trump to Minnesota and Vermont voters, the Daily Beast reports.
It refers, of course, to Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, the two Cuban-American senators also running for president.
Behind the call is a super PAC tied to a white nationalist party, according to the Daily Beast. Trump has previously disavowed past calls by the super PAC in Iowa.
The Daily Beast posted audio of the call, which it says is narrated by the head of American Freedom Party. Here's a transcript:
"The white race is dying out in America and Europe because we are afraid to be called 'racist.' I am afraid to be called racist. Donald Trump is not a racist, but Donald Trump is not afraid. Don't vote for a Cuban. Vote for Donald Trump."
Here's a response by the Rubio campaign:
"This is an outrageous robo-call that Donald Trump should immediately repudiate and demand that this group cease its operations," spokesman Alex Burgos said in a statement. "This is the lowest form of campaigning, and is the exact same type of dirty tricks Donald Trump has been decrying for weeks now."