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Politics Odds for Trump's Football Game Tonight and Impeachment Votes

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/13/2020

President Trump has been a regular at sporting events over the last few months, and he's scheduled to attend tonight's college football national championship game.


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Of course, people across America will be wagering on the outcome of the game between LSU and Clemson, but thanks to some creative prop bets from the online bookmaker SportsBetting.ag, you can also wager on events revolving around the President.

Presidential odds include what color tie Trump will wear, if he'll predict a winner, if he'll attempt to sing the national anthem, if he'll congratulate the winning team on Twitter or if he'll personally call the coach after the game.

There are also prop bets on famous political figures who are alumni of the competing schools. The odds don't suggest James Carville (LSU), who is a football fanatic and has been a guest on ESPN before, or Nikki Haley (Clemson) will be shown during the broadcast.

In non-football politics gambling, the site has updated numbers on whether or not the Senate will vote to remove President Trump from office via impeachment. The odds for "Yes" are 25/1.

Vegas set an over/under for the number of Senate Republicans to vote for impeachment at 1.5. They slightly favor Mitch Romney and Susan Collins to vote to impeach while they don't expect Lisa Murkowski to cross party lines.

Finally, in the most recent odds to win the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders is now tied with Joe Biden at 9/4. Elizabeth Warren is third (6/1) while Pete Buttigieg is fourth at 10/1.

In the Iowa caucus odds, Sanders has moved to a 4/5 favorite to win with Biden and Buttigieg at 5/2, Warren at 12/1 and Amy Klobuchar at 16/1.

Real-time impeachment and Iowa caucus odds

Will Senate vote to remove President Trump for office?
Yes: 25/1
No: 1/75

How many Republican Senators will vote to impeach President Trump?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5

Will Mitch Romney vote for impeachment?
Yes: 2/3
No: 11/10

Will Lisa Murkowski vote for impeachment?
Yes: 2/1
No: 1/3

Will Susan Collins vote for impeachment?
Yes: 2/3
No: 11/10

Here are the college football Trump prop bets

Will President Trump tweet during the game?
Yes: 3/1
No: 1/5

Will President Trump predict winner before kickoff?
Yes: 4/1
No: 1/8

Will President Trump congratulate winning team on Twitter?
Yes: 1/10
No: 5/1

Will President Trump call winning coach after the game?
Yes: 2/1
No: 3/2

Will President Trump where a red tie?
Yes: 1/10
No: 5/1

Will President Trump stand on the field during national anthem?
Yes: 2/3
No: 11/10

Will President Trump sing along to national anthem?
Yes: 2/1
No: 3/2

Will President Trump be shown during the broadcast?
Yes: 1/5
No: 3/1

Will James Carville be shown during the broadcast?
Yes: 3/1
No: 1/5

Will Nikki Haley be shown during the broadcast?
Yes: 5/1
No: 1/10

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