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This Elizabeth Warren Democratic Debate Bet is Like Taking Candy From a Baby

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jun/24/2019

BetOnline has released odds on the first candidate US President Donald Trump tweets about first both Wednesday and Thursday night.

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To nobody's surprise, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren comes in as a favorite.  To everybody's surprise, this one is like taking candy from a baby.  Simply bet $15 to win $10 (get that $15 bet refunded).  That's easy peasy.

Which candidate name will President Trump tweet first during Wednesday debate?
Elizabeth Warren -150  (2/3)
Beto O'Rourke +400  (4/1)
Amy Klobuchar +500  (5/1)
Bill de Blasio +600  (6/1)
Jay Inslee +800  (8/1)
Tulsi Gabbard +1000  (10/1)
Cory Booker +1000  (10/1)
Julián Castro +1200  (12/1)
Tim Ryan +1200  (12/1)
John Delaney +1500  (15/1)

Which candidate name will President Trump tweet first during Thursday debate?
Joe Biden +100  (1/1)
Bernie Sanders +200  (2/1)
Pete Buttigieg +500  (5/1)
Kamala Harris +600  (6/1)
Kirsten Gillibrand +800  (8/1)
Andrew Yang +800  (8/1)
John Hickenlooper +1000  (10/1)
Marianne Williamson +1200  (12/1)
Eric Swalwell +1500  (15/1)
Michael Bennet +1500  (15/1)

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