Donald Trump is making his closing election argument by apparently accusing Joe Biden of being a puppet of Fidel Castro, even though the Cuban leader has been dead for close to four years.
The president took to Twitter on Sunday to level the charge, appearing to claim that his opponent was under the influence of the former world leader. It has been a regular line of attack for Trump, who has repeatedly claimed that the Democratic candidate is under the thumb of forces on the far left who would then control him as president.
Trump's tweet drew some immediate pushback and earned some mockery from critics, who pointed out that Castro has been dead since late 2016.
"Should we tell him Castro is dead?" one person tweeted.
Some believe that Trump may have been referring to Raúl Castro, who succeeded his brother back in 2011. The current head of Cuba's ruling communist regime has not been commonly referred to by his last name, however.