Where Can I Bet on Donald Trump's First State of the Union Address Online?

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U.S. President Donald Trump will be presenting his first State of the Union address Tuesday night.  And while viewers will have a totallly different reaction to tonight's address likely based on which party they most identify with, for gamblers it's all about whether Trump mentions "North Korea" before "Russia", the OVER/UNDER number of times the President says "Jobs", and the color of Melania's dress.  Our friends at BetOnline are offering more than a dozen State of the Union address prop bets for Tuesday night (a sampling of which appear below).

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"So far there is lots of interest on the first country Trump mentions besides the United States," BetOnline oddsmakers Dave Mason advised Gambling911.com.

Other popular bets include whether Trump says "Lil Rocket Man" with YES paying out $70 for every $10 bet and the OVER/UNDER length of the speech at 60.5 minutes (UNDER is the -150 favorite).

Odds/pricing are likely to change as the address nears.


- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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