A day after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump gave out fellow candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham's cellphone number in his first campaign speech, the South Carolina senator responded by examining the different methods of destroying one's phone in a YouTube video posted Wednesday evening.
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In the video, produced by the Independent Journal Review and posted on their YouTube account, Graham is seen throwing his phone in a blender, driving it with a golf club, torching it with lighter fluid and smashing it with a baseball bat - all to the tune of soothing classical music.
"Or if all else fails, you can always give your number to the Donald," Graham says at the end of the video, before throwing his phone off-camera.
In his speech on Tuesday, Trump targeted several of his Republican detractors, focusing specifically on Graham, who called him a "jackass" and urged him to step out of the race.
Trump called Graham an "idiot," read out his phone number and urged people to call it. "Give it a shot," Trump said, CNN reported.
Later, Graham tweeted: "Probably getting a new phone. iPhone or Android?"