Within the span of two minutes during the second presidential debate, Donald Trump referred to his opponent Hillary Clinton as "the devil" and said she'd "be in jail" if he had his way. 

The devil comment came as Trump was talking about Clinton's victory over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, saying he did not believe she'd won it "fair and square." Trump then referenced Sanders endorsement of Clinton, saying that he was surprised that Sanders decided to "sign on with the devil."

Trump also said that Clinton should apologize to President Obama for a staffer who circulated a picture of Obama wearing African garb back in 2008, and continued on to say Clinton should apologize over her deleted emails. 

"I think the one thing you should really be apologizing for and this is the thing that you should be apologizing for are the 33,000 emails that you deleted," he said, before saying that, if elected,  he'd have his attorney general appoint a special prosecutor to look into the email situation. 

Moments later Trump responded to Clinton by saying, "you'd be in jail," if he was elected president, which drew a cheer from some members of the live audience.