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It is very likely that Donald Trump is not going to be the next President of the United States.

According to 538, the Republican presidential nominee has a less than 15 percent chance of beating his Democratic rival.

Though Trump’s numbers have certainly been lower, it has been almost two months since the website forecast Trump having a greater than 20 percent chance of victory.

The nominee himself seems to understand this as he has begun to implant the idea that the election will somehow be rigged in the minds of his fans.

RELATED: The Milwaukee police chief rips into Sheriff David Clarke amid social unrest in the city 

In New Hampshire on Saturday, Trump said that it looked like a “rigged election” was in place.

That same day, Sheriff David Clarke, who lists his current occupation as the sheriff of Milwaukee County, but who seems to appear more on Fox News than he does in his jail, alluded that it was time for Trump fans to get ready for a riot.

“It’s incredible that our institutions of gov, WH, Congress, DOJ, and big media are corrupt & all we do is bitch,” Clarke wrote on Twitter.

“Pitchforks and torches time.”

Clarke, who has found himself under federal investigation before, has become a go-to advocate for Trump online and on TV.

Among Trump detractors, Clarke’s comments went over like a fart in church as many called on the FBI to investigate Clarke and wondered whether it was legal for someone to hold his public office, while also calling for possible violence.

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