UPDATE: 11:36 a.m. EST — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday published a document detailing the ways he believes the federal government has wasted money this year, as part of his annual airing of grievances in honor of the fake holiday of Festivus. The “collection of government waste worth shouting about” was presented by the Federal Spending Oversight Subcommittee, which Paul chairs, but it included art and language framing the waste as a list of Festivus grievances.

The Republican presidential candidate began by taking aim at his fellow White House hopefuls earlier Wednesday, and then moved on to criticizing waste in the nation’s capitol. His tweets included excerpts from the report, which estimated a total waste of more than $1 billion by the U.S. government in 2015.

After tweeting several items of waste from his “Wasterbook,” Paul said he would be back later with even more grievances.

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Happy holidays! Wednesday -- Dec. 23 -- is Festivus, and rather than Christmas, it’s “a Festivus for the rest of us,” as Frank Costanza of the TV show “Seinfeld” said when introducing the fake holiday to the world in 1997.

Every year on Festivus, Paul takes the opportunity to participate in one of the unofficial holiday’s traditions: the airing of grievances. He began doing this on Twitter in 2013, and this year marks his third installment of Paul' annual practice.

This time around, Paul is in the midst of a not-very-successful presidential bid. He has been lagging in the polls and barely made it onto the main stage for the last Republican presidential debate. But he hasn’t let that stop him from having his Festivus fun.

Paul started airing his grievances Wednesday morning, focused on his fellow White House hopefuls from both political parties, and said he would continue later in the day with other grievances aimed at Washington, waste and “any other topic that deserves grievances.”

He began, of course, with Donald Trump. The Republican front-runner and New York billionaire came under fire yet again this week for saying Hillary Clinton got “schlonged” in 2008 when she lost to President Barack Obama.

One of his harshest grievances was leveled against Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who has been criticized for missing many Senate votes while on the campaign trail.