President Trump No 'Thank You' Pays Better Than 3-1 Odds

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Jan/30/2018

U.S. President Donald Trump was set to deliver his first ever State of the Union address Tuesday evening, and while BetOnline has him favored to say "Thank You" as the first words out of his mouth, the betting public believes overwhelmingly this won't be the case.

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Dave Mason of BetOnline issued the following tweet heading into the highly anticipated address:

Betting was available on the State of the Union address the minutes leading up to its start so get those wagers in now.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

 

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