Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C.

Donald Trump speaking in Washington, D.C.

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Media around the country woke up to a news release in their inboxes Monday touting a catchy new country music anthem for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, “Vote for Trump!”

Promoted by a supposed political action committee, the Red, White and You PAC, the song features lyrics calling the president a “Kenyan Muslim devil,” urging “jail time for Benghazi” for Hillary Clinton and a chorus that proposes, “If you want to stand your ground, if you want to build walls up, not tear them down, vote for Trump.”

According to the new release, “The up-tempo tune outlines his major campaign platforms and speaks to the core beliefs of many of his supporters.”

Trolling Trump masterfully, a Twitter account for the parody PAC features the tagline, “Let’s take America back. Way, way back.”

No word yet exactly who is behind it. Though the PAC, which isn’t registered with the Federal Elections Commission, is supposedly based in Nashville, a “Tom Maxwell” is listed as a media contact on the news release with an Alexandria, Va., phone number.

Click here to listen to the ditty yourself.

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