Watch Lindsey Graham Destroy His Cell Phone After Donald Trump Gave Out His Number

The video is titled, "How to Destroy Your Cell Phone With Sen. Lindsey Graham."

A day following the public release of Republican South Carolina senator and GOP presidential candidate Lindsey Graham's cell phone number by Donald Trump at a campaign rally, Sen. Graham opted to destroy his phone — in a step-by-step video.

IJReview posted the one-minute "How to Destroy Your Cell Phone With Sen. Lindsey Graham" video on Wednesday, NBC first reported, after Trump told audiences Tuesday to "give it a shot" and call their senator, publicly releasing Graham's Washington D.C. phone number.

The video shows Graham taking a knife to the cell phone along with numerous other destruction tactics: it was put in a blender with Red Bull; hit by a golf club and sword; set afire with charcoal lighter fluid; baked in a toaster oven; smashed with a brick; and dropped from a rooftop.

"If all else fails, you can always give your number to The Donald," Graham said at the wrap of the video before throwing it across the room with a tribute: "This is for all the veterans."

On Monday, the senator called Trump a "jackass" in a CNN interview in response to negative comments Trump made against John McCain and his service to the U.S. military.