Though Hillary Clinton declined to answer reporters' questions Wednesday about the Trump campaign's latest shake-up, the Democratic candidate had no trouble taking potshots at the GOP nominee for his most recent staff overhaul.

"[F]or anyone waiting for Donald Trump to suddenly become more responsible, remember what a great American, Maya Angelou, said: 'When someone shows you who they are, believe them,'" Clinton told a cheering crowd in Cleveland.

"I think it's fair to say that Donald Trump has shown us who he is. He can hire and fire anybody he wants from his campaign," she added. "They can make him read new words from a teleprompter, but he is still the same man who insults Gold Star families, demeans women, mocks people with disabilities and thinks he knows more about [the Islamic State] than our generals."

Clinton's comments were made in reference to news early Wednesday morning that the Trump campaign had undergone yet another facelift, the second of its kind in two months and just 82 days away from the November general election.

Former banker and Breitbart executive chairman Stephen Bannon has been elevated to the role of chief executive. GOP pollster and Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has also been promoted to the position of campaign manager, a role previously occupied by Corey Lewandowski and then by Paul Manafort.

Conway explained the staff change-up as "an expansion of the team."

"Paul remains as chairman," she told CNN.

For Clinton, the latest tweak in Trump's staff doesn't change anything. Trump is still Trump. He has never been anything else.

"There is no new Donald Trump," Clinton told supporters Wednesday. "This is it. I hope you will talk to any of your friends who are flirting with the idea of voting for Donald trump. Friends don't let friends vote for Trump."

However, after her brief address in Cleveland, Clinton suddenly clammed up, and refused to respond to reporters' questions regarding the Trump situation.

"By my count [Hillary Clinton] has now ignored questions from four different reporters on Trump campaign shakeup," said Reuters' Luciana Lopez.

Though the Democratic candidate would say no more about Trump's staffing changes Wednesday afternoon, her campaign wasted no time claiming the news proved the GOP nominee is leading an ugly and base campaign.

"After several failed attempts to pivot into a more serious and presidential mode, Donald Trump has decided to double down on his most small, nasty and divisive instincts by turning his campaign over to someone who is best known for running a so-called news site that has divisive, at times racist, anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories," Hillary for America campaign manager Robby Mook said.

"And what has become clear from this is that no matter how much the establishment wants to clean Donald Trump up, get him on a teleprompter and get him on message, he has officially won the fight to 'Let Trump be Trump,' and keeps telling us who he is. It's time that we believe him," he added.

Clinton leads Trump by 6.7 points, according to a RealClearPolitics polling average. The former secretary of state also beats Trump in all 20 of the most recently released national polls.