The Republican National Committee released a new ad Sunday attacking Hillary Clinton for attending a string of high-profile fundraisers with wealthy donors.

The Democratic candidate's fundraising tour is a "a reminder of how out of touch she is and a clear sign of whose priorities she will really be championing if elected president," the RNC said Sunday.

Clinton has travelled recently to Nantucket, Cape Cod and Beverly Hills, which suggests she is anything but a champion of the people, they added.

"Hillary Clinton claims she's running to be a champion for 'everyday Americans,' but her busy week of fundraisers with her friends in the wealthy liberal elite show who she's really fighting for," said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement.

The GOP chair also dinged Clinton for not taking more time to address the flooding in Louisiana.

GOP nominee Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, spent more than three hours in Baton Rouge on Friday, touring the damage and speaking with flooding victims.

In contrast, Clinton's team posted links to social media Friday directing users to donation pages for relief groups.

"Rather than visit flood-ravaged Louisiana or end her more than 250-day streak without a press conference, she's taking her private jet from coast to coast raking in piles of campaign cash to fund her status quo campaign. Donald Trump is the candidate of true change in this election, and he is leading a grassroots movement to put an end to business as usual in Washington and make a difference in the lives of all Americans," he added.

Hillary Clinton spent the weekend in Martha's Vineyard with family and friends as they celebrated Bill Clinton's 70th birthday.