But on Monday night, he went even further, actually calling her “the devil.”
Speaking to supporters in central Pennsylvania, Trump repeated a favorite line, saying Clinton’s primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) sold out his supporters by endorsing Clinton.
“He made a deal with the devil. She’s the devil,” Trump said. “He made a deal with the devil.”
Trump made the same remark during a local TV interview in Colorado on Friday, saying that Sanders “sold out to the devil.”
At the Republican National Convention last month, retired neurosurgeon and former 2016 GOP presidential hopeful Ben Carson claimed that Clinton has ties to Lucifer.
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