The cover of the New York Daily News for Wednesday's edition criticizes Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanThe Hill's 12:30 Report — Flynn awaits sentencing | White House signals it wants to avoid shutdown Missing: Fiscal sanity in Washington On The Money: Latest on border wall fight | Dems prep for long shutdown | Trump finds himself isolated | Stocks sink ahead of Fed meeting, funding deadline | Trump offers new round of farm aid MORE (R-Wis.) for continuing to support Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpREAD: Transcript of James Comey's interview with House Republicans Klobuchar on 2020: ‘I do think you want voices from the Midwest’ Israel boycott fight roils Democrats in year-end spending debate MORE after the presumptive GOP presidential nominee's comments that an Indiana-born judge might be biased against him because of the judge's Mexican heritage.

The cover says: "I'm with racist!" in large letters. It features photos of Ryan and Trump next to each other.

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"Ryan: Trump's 'Mexican' judge rant is the 'definition of racist,' but I still support him," the bottom of the cover says.

Ryan on Tuesday said that Trump's criticism of a judge because of his ethnicity is "the textbook definition of racist comments."

"I regret these comments that he made," Ryan said during an event.

"I think that should be absolutely disavowed."

The speaker later tried to clarify that he didn't think that Trump was racist but was pointing out that Trump's attacks on the judge were racist.

“No, I’m not — I’m saying that the comment was,” Ryan said on Fox News Radio, when asked whether he was saying Trump himself was racist.

“I don’t know what’s in his heart. I can’t speak to that whatsoever. What I’m saying is to suggest that a person’s race disqualifies them to do their job is textbook. That’s what I’m saying."

“I’m not saying what’s in his heart because I don’t know what is in his heart and I don’t think he feels that in his heart, but I don’t think it is wise or justifiable to suggest that a person should be disqualified from their job because of their ethnicity,” he added.

Trump has come under fire for his comments. Later Tuesday, the presumptive GOP nominee said his remarks had been "misconstrued as a categorial attack against people of Mexican heritage."

Several Republican leaders have condemned Trump's comments.