(CNN) - Mitt Romney's campaign pushed its Medicare attack in a new Spanish language television ad released Wednesday.
The ad, "Yo Pagué," is a Spanish version of a spot it released last month, "Paid in," which makes the widely-criticized claim that the president cut more than $700 billion from Medicare in his health care reform.
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"For years, we have paid into Medicare with our work. Now, when we need it, Obama has cut $716 billion dollars from Medicare to pay for Obamacare," says the narrator in the commercial. "The money we have paid to guarantee our health care will be used for a new program that's not for us. Romney's plan protects Medicare benefits for today's seniors and strengthens it for future generations."
Independent fact-checkers and numerous news outlets have labeled the Medicare claim as misleading, saying the $700 billion refers to an expected decrease in spending–not a cut to the program.
When Romney's team released the English version last month, Obama's campaign called the ad "dishonest and hypocritical."
"The savings his ad attacks do not cut a single guaranteed Medicare benefit, and Mitt Romney embraced the very same savings when he promised he'd sign Paul Ryan's budget," said Obama campaign spokeswoman Lis Smith.
CNN Political Producer Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.