El Paso County commissioner and Senate candidate (Colorado) Darryl Glenn took aim at Hillary Clinton pantsuits, as well as her email scandal, at the Republican National Convention on Monday.

“We know she enjoys her pantsuits, but we should send her an email telling her what she deserves is a bright orange jumpsuit,” he said.

Glenn also commented on the Black Lives Matter movement, saying “Somebody with a nice tan has to say this: All lives matter,” eliciting a huge applause from the audience.

“The Democratic Party is all about handouts and after seven and a half years all we have left in our pockets is change,” he also said.”

Glenn wasn’t the only one to address Clinton’s email scandal. Senator Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) and his wife, Rachel Campos Duffy, who were both on MTV’s “The Real World,” cracked a joke about telling their children, “no private servers in the basement.”

“It would be nice to have a commander in chief who can handle classified information,” said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ala.).

Other speakers who took to the Republican National Convention stage include Scott Baio, Antonio Sabato Jr. and “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson.