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2024 Election Bets Heavy on Donald Trump Jr

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Nov/05/2020

The dust hasn't even settled on the 2020 US Presidential Election and already BetOnline is offering wagering on the 2024 Election.

Dave Mason of BetOnline revealed Thursday that most of the money was flowing in on Donald Trump, Jr, the son of sitting US President Donald Trump.

His odds were at 66-1.

The next four biggest liabilities are:

2. Ivanka Trump 100-1 3.

3. Donald Trump 33-1

4. AOC 25-1

5. Tulsi Gabbard 66-1

The 2020 Election results were yet to be made official but Democratic candidate Joe Biden remained the favorite at -600 with vote counts continuing in a handful of US states.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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