In a string of tweets published moments after Hillary Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention on July 28, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump slammed Clinton on her character and the content of her speech.
The tweets came as a response to Clinton's attacks on Trump, both in her speech accepting the Democratic presidential nomination, as well as online, according to The Hill. Clinton criticized Trump's policies and called him unfit for office. Her campaign posted the most antagonizing quotes from her speech onto her official Twitter page.
"A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons," said Clinton both in her speech and on Twitter, according to CNET.
Trump himself seemed to take the bait, posting a series of tweets against Clinton moments after she finished her speech.
"Hillary's refusal to mention radical Islam, as she pushes a 550% increase in refugees, is more proof that she is unfit to lead the country," said Trump's first tweet.
Trump continued to slam Clinton, calling her soft on terror: "Our way of life is under threat by Radical Islam and Hillary Clinton cannot even bring herself to say the words."
His tirade moved on to Clinton's alleged ties to Wall Street, calling her unfit to stimulate the economy and help working class citizens.
"Hillary's vision is a borderless world where working people have no power, no jobs, no safety," said another tweet.
He wrapped up his rant with a tweet saying, "No one has worse [judgment] than Hillary Clinton - corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes."
The Trump campaign additionally sent 15 emails in succession to their supporters, according to The Guardian.
Subject lines all included the phrase "Hillary’s With Us," and ranged from "Hillary's With Us … If You’re A Clinton Foundation Donor (Goldman Sachs Edition)," to "Hillary’s With Us … If You Break The Rules (Secret Server Edition)."
The campaign also released a statement focusing its attacks on Clinton's speech. The statement, written by senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, read, “Hillary Clinton’s speech was an insulting collection of clichés and recycled rhetoric. She spent the evening talking down to the American people she’s looked down on her whole life.”
The Clinton campaign has yet to respond to Trump's attacks.
Both candidates will hit the campaign trail with the official start of the general election.