Election Day is now less than 100 days away and millions of Americans will head to the polls to cast their vote. While the election is already one of the most controversial in recent history, the outcome might not be much of a nail biter.

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Heading into the 2016 election cycle, no one thought that Donald Trump was a realistic option to become the Republican nominee. Fast forward to present day and the billionaire real estate mogul has surprised many, and is set to face his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, in the presidential race.

Though Trump was able to defeat the entire list of Republican opponents, he's expected to have a much tougher battle on his hands in November. The latest electoral map has been released, as witnessed on Fox News on August 4, and it doesn't show an optimistic outlook for the former host of "The Apprentice."

Joining "The Kelly File" on Fox News Thursday night was Larry Sabato of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia.

Sabato has been updating his electoral map during the course of the campaign, and now has Clinton with a large advantage. According to Sabato's findings, Clinton is penciled in to win 347 electoral votes, nearly 80 more than the required 270 needed to win the presidency. For Trump, he is sitting at just 191, down from Mitt Romney's 2012 total of 206, but up from John McCain's 173 during the 2008 election.

The biggest tipping point for Clinton is that she is expected to win in three major swing states, including Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Sabato had Clinton with a clear advantage in his electoral map as far back as March, but he now predicts a "very healthy win" for the former Secretary of State.

Citing Clinton's poll bounce following the Democratic National Convention, and Trump's recent campaign blunders for his result, Sabato paints an election night picture that might end up being anti-climatic. In the last two weeks, Trump has engaged in a war of words with the Khans, a Gold Star family who was critical of the Republican nominee during the recent convention, which as not done his campaign any favors.

The backlash has come so hard that even high ranking Republicans, like House Speaker Paul Ryan and and Sen. John McCain, have offered criticism. Not all is lost for Trump, however, as Sabato told Kelly that in order to defeat Clinton in November, the GOP nominee most focus on economic issues, and the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS) and other forms of international terrorism.

Election outlook

Sabato's electoral map is in line with the most recent round of polling. The Real Clear Politics latest rolling average shows Clinton with a five point lead over Trump, as she is seeing her favorable ratings with key minority groups rising. Trump has an advantage with older white men, and when it comes to issues, the economy is his strength.

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