..

Trump Still Favored Despite Impeachment Inquiry

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

US President Donald Trump was still an even-odds favorite to be re-elected desipte House Democrats moving forward with an impeachment hearing on Tuesday.

*50% signup bonus up to $1000
*Available most US states (NJ prohibited)
*Watch for top Bitcoin bonuses
*True dime line in Baseball up to -170
*$25 minimum to open account
*Highest credit card acceptance rate
*In business since 1999
LEARN MORE HERE

The next best odds belonged to Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren at 3/1.

Joe Biden, the former Vice President, has seen his odds slip to 5/1.

Trump ordered his staff to freeze nearly $400 million in aid to Ukraine a few days before a phone call in which he pressured the Eastern European nation’s leader to investigate the family of political rival Joe Biden, a revelation that comes as more Democrats move toward impeachment proceedings.

Trump, in remarks to reporters at the United Nations on Tuesday, said he held up the aid to fight corruption and urge European nations to share in helping out Ukraine.

"I'd withhold again," Trump said. "And I'll continue to withhold until such time as Europe and other nations contribute to Ukraine." He named Germany and France as among the countries that should "put up money."

The matter, which is now part of a whistleblower complaint, has sparked questions about whether the president improperly used his office to pressure a foreign country to help his own reelection prospects. Democrats are demanding more information about the whistleblower's allegations, and more than a dozen have for the first time raised the prospect of impeaching the president. They include a group of moderate House freshmen in competitive districts.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

Politics News

Democratic Frontrunner Appears Before Sparse Crowd in South Carolina

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, currently the frontrunner among Democratic candidates seeking to become the next US President, spoke before a sparse crowd in Orangeburg, South Carolina Friday.

Boos Lose: Book Will Likely Pay $11 on Each $10 bet

Boos Lose: Book Will Likely Pay $11 on Each $10 bet

Sportsbetting.ag this week posted odds on whether US President Donald Trump would be booed if shown on video boards watching the LSU-Alabama game Saturday.  Based on initial assessments, it does not appear as though there were any boos, at least none that were audible.  The oddsmakers will have to search the Net for any video that shows otherwise. 

Trump LSU-Alabama Football Game Prop Bets

President Trump is expected to attend Saturday's mega college football game between the LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide, and the sportsbook has put together some light-hearted prop bets for what might transpire.

Michael Bloomberg at 14-1 Odds to be Next President

Michael Bloomberg at 14-1 Odds to be Next US President

Michael Bloomberg hasn't officially announced his candidacy for the 2020 Presidential race, but he's already caught the eyes of people in Vegas.

Michael Bloomberg Preparing to Enter Presidential Race: Latest Odds

Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is opening the door to a 2020 presidential campaign, according to the Associated Press.

Syndicate