MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Republican nominee Donald Trump made it clear Monday that Hillary Clinton is "the devil," keeping up his near-constant critique of Clinton in the face of polls that show Clinton in the lead.

Trump was in Central Pennsylvania Monday, where he called out Sen. Bernie Sanders for supporting Clinton prior to and during the Democratic National Convention last week.

"When Bernie Sanders' people all walked out, they had a mass exit. Nobody showed it, and then when they showed Bernie very angry," Trump started. "They were talking about Bernie, 'cause he made a bad deal. He should have not made a deal."

"He would've gone down as done something really important. Once he made that deal, and believe me, he has buyer's remorse. This guy has buyer's remorse," Trump told the crowd. "He looked at that and he was so angry when they were talking about him, and his people were angry at him and they should be. If he would've just not done anything, just gone home, go to sleep, relax, he would have been a hero."

"But he made a deal with the devil. She's the devil," he finally said. "He made a deal with the devil."

Trump initially called her by the Satanic name at a rally last week in Iowa, which was his first stop in the state after losing the Iowa caucuses back in February.