First Anti-Trump Ads from Hillary Feature All GOP Remarks

Hillary Clinton has rolled out her first anti-Trump ads -- and the likely Democratic nominee doesn't say a word about the presumptive GOP nominee.

Instead, the Clinton camp leaves the ads up to Donald Trump's own soundbites and former GOP competitors dissecting the real-estate mogul's character.

The first consists of just Donald, saying what he would do as president.

The other ad consists of all GOPs, detailing why Donald should not be president. It's so fresh that it includes a clip of Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) comments yesterday after Trump cited a National Enquirer piece accusing Cruz's dad of being associated with the JFK assassination.  It also includes Mitt Romney's anti-Trump speech and Jeb Bush noting that Trump "needs therapy."

Clinton followed the release with a campaign email listing quotes from conservatives who have come out against Trump.

She also retweeted Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who went on a tear against Trump on her Facebook page Tuesday.