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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Vegas gives Trump 9/4 odds on re-election

Newsweek accidentally provided some good information this week.

President Trump opens at 9/4 odds in Las Vegas for his re-election.

Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Pocahontas, gets 15/2 odds.

Mike Pence gets 9/1 odds.

Michelle Obama gets 15/1 odds.

No one else comes close.

The message is clear: no viable challenger is near. Both parties are devoid of viable presidential candidates. Which is why the DNC and its cronies in the pres are pushing impeachment. It's the only way to derail the Trump Train 2020.

From Newsweek:
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg — who has embarked on a mission to visit with folks in every U.S. state, which helped fuel rumors of a presidential run — had the best odds of any non-politician, at a 33/1. That's better than the odds for Texas Senator Ted Cruz (40/1), who failed to in his bid to earn the Republican nomination in 2016. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who recently told GQ he was open to a political career, had decent odds, at 66/1, as did Oprah Winfrey, also subject to presidential rumors, at 55/1. Kanye West, who claimed he would run in 2020 and has met with Trump, is a longer shot, at 125/1. His wife, reality TV mogul Kardashian, has 550/1 odds. The longest odds available on Bovada belong to former debate sensation Ken Bone (otherwise known as the mustachioed dude in the red sweater), at 1,000/1. 
The Browns have better odds than some of these jokers.

Maybe James Comey can run.




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8 comments:

  1. My, these media folks are jumping the gun, here. I guess they have great need of new headlines, the old ones being heavily disabled.

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  2. Maybe James Comey can run.

    It'll be tough to campaign from a prison cell.

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  3. I think we should get well into 2019 before taking these predictions much more seriously.

    -Mikey NTH

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  4. If that means a Trump reelection will more than double my bet I'll take some of that action. - Elric

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  5. Must make that bitter, jealous billionaire dick Mark Cuban steaming mad that he isn't top tier. Hahahaha

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  6. What, no odds for Ivanka?

    Her form is good, and well-exposed, and unlike Moochelle, she ain't carrying too much weight.

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  7. The whole point of appointing a special counsel, as the DoJ, has just done, is to paralyze the administration and freeze its legislative goals in place. Over the next however many years the investigation of Trump will take place in search of a crime that never existed, there will be no movement in Congress on the promises Trump made to his supporters during the campaign. From this point on until the 2018 midterm election, he is pushing a yuuuuuge boulder uphill all by himself and no one on the Republican side is going to lend him a hand to lighten the load. In 2018, even if special persecutor (sic) finds no evidence to support Hillary Clinton's lie that Trump colluded with "the Russians" to defeat her, the country will be tired of the acrimony and the House will go full Democrat. The GOPe and NeverTrumpers will have won. In 2020, Trump won't bother to stand for re-election. No matter who heads the Republican ticket the Democrats will end up in control of both houses of Congress and the White House as well. The window of time for the Rethuglicans to get their major legislative work done prior to the normal midterm electoral correction was narrow to begin with, now it is virtually closed. They blew a golden opportunity because they are incompetent and corrupt. Trump will find himself having to backpedal on a lot of his major campaign promises. And while Trump is surprisingly energetic and resourceful, not even a political Hercules could withstand the crushing opposition Trump now faces even in his own party. This is why so many of us hold our national politicians in such high contempt.

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