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Trump Now Favored to Repeat in 2020 Following First Dem Debate

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/28/2019

Team BetOnline was not impressed with the Dem candidates the last couple of night. President Trump moves from +100 to -110 to repeat in 2020.

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Dem odds movements:

Harris +800 to +250

Biden +175 to +325

Warren +400 to +450

Sanders +800 same

Buttigieg +800 same

Yang +1000 to +1200

Booker +3300 to +2500

Castro +5000 to +2500

ORourke +2500 to +4000

Williamson +10000 to +20000

Rest same

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