Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump defends indicted GOP congressman House to vote Thursday on holding Bannon in contempt Youngkin calls for investigation into Loudoun County School Board amid sexual assault allegations MORE released a new Instagram video Tuesday hitting Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump defends indicted GOP congressman GOP lawmaker says he expects to be indicted over FBI investigation Why it's time for conservatives to accept the 2020 election results and move on MORE on her response to the 2012 Benghazi attacks.

The video tries to use President Obama's words against Clinton.


"Here's the important thing about that 3 a.m. phone call — what you want is somebody who is, first of all, going to get all the facts and gather up good intelligence," Obama says at the beginning of the video, comments from his 2008 Democratic primary race against Clinton.

Obama's comments are contrasted with remarks from Clinton, suggesting in the early days after that Benghazi attack that it may have been caused by anger over an anti-Islamic video.

"We've seen rage and violence directed at American embassies over an awful Internet video," Clinton is shown saying. The administration later concluded that the video was not a cause of the attack.

"The second thing we want is somebody who is able to analyze the situation, the cost and benefits of actions," Obama says later in the video. "The most important thing that you need it somebody who's going to exercise good judgment."

The video then refers to an interview Clinton did about her use of a private email server when serving as secretary of State. In the interview, Clinton said it was a mistake that she didn't use two email accounts — one for personal and one for work-related emails.

The end of the video says: "Don't get fooled again."

Trump posted the video on Instagram with the caption: "Crooked Hillary is a corrupt, lying and unethical person that time and time again, places America in grave danger! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain."

Clinton is expected to be formally nominated for president later tonight at the Democratic National Convention.