Many of the national and swing-state polls paint a very negative picture for Donald Trump with less than three weeks remaining in the presidential campaign. 

For example, the Real Clear Politics average shows Clinton with a six-point lead on Trump, while Nate Silver's forecast gives Hillary Clinton an 84-87 percent chance of victory.

But Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said today that he has been very skeptical of the polls throughout the campaign. 

"I don't know the methodology. And I said that as well when he had that surge a couple months ago and he was leading," he explained. 

Clarke and the Outnumbered co-hosts also discussed Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the election results while claiming the system is "rigged" against him. 

He wondered whether Trump's rhetoric might be a strategy to move the media discussion away from the sexual misconduct allegations by numerous women. 

Julie Roginsky countered that questioning the legitimacy of an American election will not help him in the polls either. 

"To me, that's jumping from the frying pan into the fire. He's not pivoting to issues people care about," she argued.

Clarke said Trump has appealed to voters by being an "unorthodox" candidate and should not start acting like a typical politician now.

Watch the discussion above and let us know your thoughts: do you think the polls are accurate?

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