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Next World Leader to Get Slapped...Here Are The Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/10/2021

French President Emmanuel Macron surely wasn't expecting a face full of fingers when he greeted hospitality workers in the southern portion of his country yesterday.

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But, a slap in the face is exactly what President Macron received when a royalist shouted "Down with Macronism!" before he was detained by security.

So…who will be the next global leader to get an open-handed welcome while interacting with the public? Fortunately, the oddsmakers have the answer.

SportsBetting.ag made Boris Johnson a 7/1 favorite to feel the fingers of fury while Alexander Lukashenko is second on the odds list at 8/1.

North American leaders Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau come in with 10/1 odds. Mohammed Bin Salman has the longest odds at 100/1.

Despite the slap, Macron remains the odds-on favorite at -150 to be elected the next French President, edging out Marine Le Pen (+250 odds), at least for now.

Odds are provided by online gaming site SportsBetting.ag, and you can find current odds here:

 

Next World Leader to be Slapped

Boris Johnson              7/1

Alexander Lukashenko                       8/1

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi                 10/1

Joe Biden                    10/1

Justin Trudeau            10/1

Nicolas Maduro                      10/1

Rodrigo Duterte                      10/1

Viktor Orban               10/1

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador                      12/1

Mario Draghi               12/1

Mark Rutte                  12/1

Scott Morrison                        14/1

Naftali Bennett                       20/1

Jacinda Ardern                        33/1

Shinzo Abe                  33/1

Angela Merkel            50/1

Vladimir Putin             50/1

Kim Jong Un                66/1

Xi Jinping                     66/1

Mohammed Bin Salman                     100/1

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