That’s the word Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is hanging his hat on.
He is not swayed by polls that look bleak for Donald Trump. In fact, he isn’t even moved by the ones that show the GOP nominee leading.
With less than three weeks remaining in the presidential campaign, some polls are not giving Trump a good outlook. But Clarke said he has been skeptical of poll results throughout the race.
“I don’t know the methodology,” he said on Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered” on Friday. “And I said that as well when he had that surge a couple months ago and he was leading.”
Trump “runs an unorthodox campaign” and has “an unorthodox style,” Clarke said. “But that’s what his appeal is. If he starts acting like a politician, he’s going to be in big trouble.”
Clarke is not buying any of the national poll results and said he has shared that advice with others.
“Don’t believe the polls even though they’re saying he’s leading,” he said. “I don’t know the methodology, that’s why I don’t trust them.”
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