President Obama Mocks Trump's Business Ventures: 'Has Anybody Tried That Wine?'

PHOTO: US President Barack Obama speaks after touring Saft America Advanced Batteries Plant in Jacksonville, Florida Feb. 26, 2016. PlayJim Watson/AFP/Getty Images
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President Obama is taking new swings at Donald Trump, using the GOP front-runner's business ventures as ammunition.

At a DNC fundraiser today in Austin, Texas, Obama outlined his list of accomplishments over his years in office.

“Imagine what Trump would say if he had this record,” Obama said. “Instead of selling steaks!”

He continued, "Has anybody tried that wine?" referring to Trump Winery.

Earlier this week, Trump turned his Mini Tuesday victory press conference into something of a live infomercial, taking the opportunity to pitch a number of his business ventures as examples of his "successful companies."

The problem? The majority of the products the real estate mogul highlighted are no longer being produced, aren't affiliated with him or were never available for sale publicly.

Obama went on to mock establishment Republicans for being "shocked" by Trump's stances on Muslims and Mexican immigrants.

"How could you be shocked? This was the guy who was sure I was born in Kenya," Obama said. "As long as it was being directed at me they were fine with it."

As he did in remarks along with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the day before, Obama urged establishment Republicans to accept their share of responsibility for the rise of Trump.

"The reaction is something they have to take responsibility for and then make an adjustment," Obama said. "We need to conduct ourselves with civility and principle."