South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham took shots at Donald Trump and his comments on immigration.

"Well I'm very worried as where we're headed as a party. This is not the way to get the Latino vote," the 2016 GOP presidential nominee hopeful said Sunday on CNN about Trump's comments that immigrants coming into this country are drug dealers, rapists and criminals.

Trump, like Graham, is seeking the Republican Party's nomination for 2016. However, Trump's comments about immigrants have divided the GOP.

"After 10 years of working on illegal immigration, I've come to conclude that most are decent, hard working people and some are criminals," Graham said, calling on his party to "reject" Trump's notion. "To all of the candidates who think Donald Trump is telling the truth, I think you've lost your way."

According to Graham, if the Republican Party does not reject Trump's ideas, they will not just lose the 2016 election but they will have "lost the moral authority to govern this great nation."

Graham also called Trump a "demagogue" who is "uninformed" regarding immigration. "He's a wrecking ball within the Republican Party," said Graham.

Graham is currently polling last in a RealClearPolitics average of polls with just 1.3 points. Trump has 6.5 points, placing him in seventh.