The New York Times has published “unfiltered” excerpts from recent interviews with GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump, in which he blasts Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal as being among the candidates he’s “creaming in the polls.”

Republican presidential candidate, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, Saturday, July 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Republican presidential candidate, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, Saturday, July 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

“You get guys like (former Texas Gov. Rick) Perry, he’s not registering, Bobby Jindal was very vehement – oh, bah bah. I think he’s at zero,” Trump is quoted as saying to the Times in response to a question about criticisms from his rivals for the Republican nomination.

Jindal previously has said he disagrees with the controversial remarks Trump made about Mexican immigrants, but generally said Trump often benefits from the controversy he creates. Jindal also said he doesn’t believe the Republican Party should strike back at candidates over controversial statements they make.

Over the weekend, Trump spawned a new round of backlash with remarks about U.S. Sen. John McCain’s military service, to which Jindal was more forceful with his rebuke.

Jindal, who is in Iowa campaigning today as part of his 99-county tour of the state, has been highlighting the response he received over the weekend at the Family Leadership Summit in Des Moines.