Lindsey Graham appears to have a newfound vendetta against cellphones.
In a video by IJ Review released Wednesday, Graham destroys cellphones in increasingly violent ways, including cutting one in half with a meat cleaver, setting one on fire, dropping a block of wood on one and throwing one off a building.
The video, accompanied by a dramatic orchestra, was in response to a speech given by Donald Trump in South Carolina on Tuesday in which Trump said Graham "doesn't seem like a very bright guy" and then gave out Graham's phone number.
"Give it a shot," Trump said, encouraging his audience to call the number. "He won't fix anything but at least he'll talk to you."
Probably getting a new phone. iPhone or Android?— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) July 21, 2015
The back-and-forth began with Trump's comment over the weekend that Graham's longtime friend, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., isn't a war hero because he was captured. Graham later called Trump a "jackass," which led to Trump's cellphone comment.
Graham ended the video with a cheeky jab at Trump about the original McCain comment.
"If all else fails, you can always give your number to The Donald. This one is for all the veterans," Graham said before chucking his phone off screen.