When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president last summer, most media outlets and political pundits didn't give him a chance at victory. Eleven months later and Trump has already clinched the Republican nomination, with his eyes set on a general election match-up against Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton.

Trump's latest rant

Though Trump has already secured to required number of delegates to become the GOP nominee, he still appeared in California with the state's primary scheduled for this Tuesday.

Speaking in Sacramento Wednesday night, the billionare real estate mogul spent a large portion of his time focusing on Clinton, but often cited previously debunked and questionable information to back up his claims, as reported by The Hill on June 2.

"She has no natural talents to be president," Trump told the cheering crowd, saying of Clinton, "This is not a president." Trump went on to say Clinton was "not presidential material," while claiming more people thought he was fit to be president than she was.

According to most recent polls, Trump has the highest unfavorable rating of any candidate, conflicting with his previously statement.

(Trump's comments on Clinton start around 20:50 seconds in the above video.)

The former host of "The Apprentice" went on to call Clinton the worst Secretary of State, citing the current email "scandal," saying, "Honestly, she should not be allowed to run. It's a disgrace to the laws of our country." While questions still cloud Clinton's use of a private server, no concrete evidence has been presented against her. In addition, Trump went on accuse Clinton of wanting to "abolish the Second Amendment," a claim that has since been debunked by various fact-checking sites, including Politifact.

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Election forecast

The battle for the White House will only get nastier in what is expected to be one of the most controversial general elections in recent history. Real Clear Politics most recent rolling average shows a trace, with both candidates polling within the margin of error. However, following the conclusion of the Democratic primary, Clinton is expected to regain the lead on a national level.

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