Trump turns up heat on Clinton in Fla.

Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpA better VA, with mental health services, is essential for America's veterans Pelosi, Nadler tangle on impeachment, contempt vote Trump arrives in Japan to kick off 4-day state visit MORE on Monday unleashed his full arsenal of attacks on Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillary Clinton slams Trump for spreading 'sexist trash' about Pelosi Gillibrand seizes on abortion debate to jump-start campaign DNC boss says candidates to be involved in debate lottery MORE in his second rally of the day in the crucial swing state of Florida.

“The best evidence the system is rigged is that Hillary Clinton, despite her many crimes, was even allowed to run for president in the first place,” he told listeners during a rally in Tampa.

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“She lies more than any human being,” Trump added of the Democratic presidential nominee. "She just has bad judgment, bad judgement.”

Trump took aim at the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s private email server, arguing the agency ignored her blatant wrongdoing.

“She never had a chance of being convicted, even though everybody in this audience –- and boy, do we have a lot of people here –- knows she’s 100 percent guilty,” he said. "[It’s] horrible.

“You know how many people have been given immunity, meaning they won’t be prosecuted?” the Republican nominee asked, referencing Clinton’s aides who cooperated with the FBI’s probe.

“Our country, in terms of justice, has never reached a lower point than what we’re witnessing today. We are run by stupid people.”

Trump additionally threw haymakers at Clinton’s positions on issues ranging from racial equality to healthcare to foreign policy.

“[Clinton] has abused the African-American community,” he said of the Democratic presidential nominee. "She has abused the Hispanic community.

“These are the plans of a child,” Trump added of Clinton’s ideas for solving Syria’s civil war. "These are the plans of somebody who doesn’t know what she’s doing.

“It’s over for ObamaCare. [But] Hillary Clinton wants to double down and make it more expensive. I called it when it first came out and it’s only getting worse.”

Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, trails Clinton in most national and state polls less than two weeks from Election Day.

Clinton leads Trump by about 4 points in Florida, for example, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls there.

The former secretary of State’s edge is wider nationally, meanwhile, with Trump trailing her by roughly 6 points in the same index.