MN robocall shows the racist company Donald Trump keeps

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a caucus night rally Tuesday in Las Vegas. Jae C. Hong | AP

The robocalls to Minnesota households from the American National Super PAC explicitly state that they’re not sponsored by Donald Trump.

The audio was captured by DFL state representative Carly Melin.

  1. Listen White nationalist robocall for Donald Trump

    February 25, 2016

The calls are urging a vote for Trump, joining former KKK grand wizard David Duke embracing the policies that have earned Trump front-runner status for the GOP nomination.

William Johnson, head of the American Freedom Party, a white nationalist group, identifies himself as a “farmer” in the calls.

The robocalls come a day after white nationalist/racist David Duke, who ran for president himself a few years ago, told his radio audience “voting against Donald Trump at this point, is really treason to your heritage.”

Trump, who has something to say about everything, has not responded to calls for him and his party to disavow support from white supremacists.

Related: Elections Podcast: Racism Among Trump’s Supporters (FiveThirtyEight)