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Bookies Still Favor Trump Re-Election Even After 12 Challengers Enter

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Bookies Still Favor Trump Re-Election Even After 12 Challengers Enter 2020 Race

 

Washington Examiner

by Paul Bedard

February 19, 2019 05:17 PM

 

Excerpt:

 

The entry of Sen. Bernie Sanders and 11 other White House challengers has not changed the gambling odds on the expectation that President Trump will win re-election.

 

The latest odds, taken after Sanders joined the 2020 race on Tuesday, put Trump as a 3-2 lock to win re-election followed most closely by Sen. Kamala Harris, at 10-1.

 

And the odds of Sanders winning didn’t budge despite announcing his race, said Dave Mason, the sportsbook brand manager of BetOnline.ag.

 

“There were no changes to Sanders' odds following the announcement. We had it as a foregone conclusion that he will be in the Democratic mix," he said.

 

Sanders' odds were as high as 28-1 in April 2017. “We did take some bets on Sanders this morning — he has the fourth highest bet count out of the Democrats behind Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Beto O’Rourke,” he added.

 

Trump’s odds of re-election haven’t changed. In August, for example, BetOnline.ag had him at the very same 3-2.

 

The latest odds as they appear on the betting sheet:

 

Donald Trump 3/2

 

Kamala Harris 8/1

 

Beto O’Rourke 10/1

 

Joe Biden 12/1

 

Bernie Sanders 14/1

 

Amy Klobuchar 14/1

 

Elizabeth Warren 25/1

 

Cory Booker 25/1

 

Kirsten Gillibrand 25/1

 

Michelle Obama 25/1

 

Sherrod Brown 25/1

 

Mike Pence 33/1

 

Michael Bloomberg 33/1

 

Tulsi Gabbard 33/1

 

Hillary Clinton 40/1

 

Oprah Winfrey 50/1

 

Nikki Haley 50/1

 

Julian Castro 50/1

 

John Hickenlooper 50/1

 

*snip*

 

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Ben Cranklin

Bill de Blasio longer odds than Duane "The Rock" Johnson. :biglaugh:

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NH Populist

I can't wait for the debates between President Trump and whoever his challenger ends up being. Try telling voters, "We're better off when we share the wealth", the way O-what's-his-name did, now that people are working again, their collective head shake will put an end to that nonsense.

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pitchshot

I can't wait for the debates between President Trump and whoever his challenger ends up being. Try telling voters, "We're better off when we share the wealth", the way O-what's-his-name did, now that people are working again, their collective head shake will put an end to that nonsense.

 

They will be dumber than anyone thinks if they try to attack TRUMP on JOBS, Economy, Trade deals, Foreign Policy, ISIS, EU trade deals, Energy policy. What they will go after TRUMP on IMO is No WALL and wasting their vote in 2016. They will say we STOPPED the WALL and he lied about draining the SWAMP? Name one person in Prison for corruption in Gov't. They will say he lied to them in 2016 and he is lying to the VOTER again in 2020. The only thing they will do is attack TRUMP from a personal standpoint because from a productive standpoint they lose. As usual they will offer nothing or suggest any changes for improvement and only take more of our money and give it to the illegal Aliens. JMO :insanity:

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Junto

I can't wait for the debates between President Trump and whoever his challenger ends up being. Try telling voters, "We're better off when we share the wealth", the way O-what's-his-name did, now that people are working again, their collective head shake will put an end to that nonsense.

Or tell us that we will need to lose our jobs for some Green New Deal, but it will be alright because they'll give us free childcare in exchange. I cannot imagine Trump losing to any of those candidates listed. They might as well put Oprah up front and have her do a giveaway like on her show. "Check under your seats America - Free (insert entitlement) for you!"

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MontyPython

Bookies Still Favor Trump Re-Election Even After 12 Challengers Enter 2020 Race

 

Good. Trump's doing a very good job, but it's still going to require more than 4 years to correct all the damage done by his predecessor.

 

B)

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Mrdirt73

Bookies Still Favor Trump Re-Election Even After 12 Challengers Enter 2020 Race

 

Good. Trump's doing a very good job, but it's still going to require more than 4 years to correct all the damage done by his predecessor.

 

B)

Predecessors.

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MontyPython

Predecessors.

 

True. But Obama was far and away the worst of them all.

 

B)

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Tabla_Man

The one thing the Dems were always pretty good at was party discipline. I mean you didn't see the kind of defectors screwing things up like you had with the Republicans and guys like John McCain and Mitt Romney, but now that's all out the window with this new breed of idiot millennial Democrats. That alone is going to cost them the election. If Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz runs as an independent, that alone will cost the Democrats the election.

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tailgunner

The one thing the Dems were always pretty good at was party discipline. I mean you didn't see the kind of defectors screwing things up like you had with the Republicans and guys like John McCain and Mitt Romney, but now that's all out the window with this new breed of idiot millennial Democrats. That alone is going to cost them the election. If Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz runs as an independent, that alone will cost the Democrats the election.

 

Boycotts will be his payoff if he continues to squawks. He will be silenced.

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zurg

The one thing the Dems were always pretty good at was party discipline. I mean you didn't see the kind of defectors screwing things up like you had with the Republicans and guys like John McCain and Mitt Romney, but now that's all out the window with this new breed of idiot millennial Democrats. That alone is going to cost them the election. If Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz runs as an independent, that alone will cost the Democrats the election.

I see what you mean but if you think of McCain and Romney as (D) it all starts to make sense.

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

Their list of proggy "candidates" is akin to the listing of the "stars" of a carnival freak show.

Edited by Rock N' Roll Right Winger

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Joe the Pagan

Their list of proggy "candidates" is akin to the listing of the "stars" of a carnival freak show.

 

That was insulting of you to compare the Democrats running for President to carnival freaks. The freaks work for a living.

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Joe the Pagan

The one thing the Dems were always pretty good at was party discipline. I mean you didn't see the kind of defectors screwing things up like you had with the Republicans and guys like John McCain and Mitt Romney, but now that's all out the window with this new breed of idiot millennial Democrats. That alone is going to cost them the election. If Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz runs as an independent, that alone will cost the Democrats the election.

 

I think 2020 is going to be a repeat of 1988. Dukakis was not the best candidate. He was the candidate with the least amount of mud on him. The only good thing Al Gore ever did was attack Dukakis with Willie Horton. Something George Bush (the elder) later did during the campaign.

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

That was insulting of you to compare the Democrats running for President to carnival freaks. The freaks work for a living.

:lol:

 

Yes, they do!

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Rock N' Roll Right Winger

I think 2020 is going to be a repeat of 1988. Dukakis was not the best candidate. He was the candidate with the least amount of mud on him. The only good thing Al Gore ever did was attack Dukakis with Willie Horton. Something George Bush (the elder) later did during the campaign.

And this classic:

 

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RedSoloCup

I can't wait for the debates between President Trump and whoever his challenger ends up being. Try telling voters, "We're better off when we share the wealth", the way O-what's-his-name did, now that people are working again, their collective head shake will put an end to that nonsense.

 

The debate between him and Grandpa Bernie would be epic. He'd have that old fart <censored>ting his Depends!

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RedSoloCup

And this classic:

 

 

What a maroon! Thank goodness the cuck didn't win.

 

Their list of proggy "candidates" is akin to the listing of the "stars" of a carnival freak show.

 

:yes:

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