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Trump to Testify in Own Impeachment Hearings Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/20/2019

The people that procure probabilities for a living don't anticipate President Trump testifying at the impeachment inquiry this week.


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The site SportsBetting.ag set the odds of Trump appearing in person or submitting a written testimony at 3/1 or +300.
 
The global bookmaker also has prop bets and odds for tonight's Democratic Debate in Atlanta.
 
Head-to-head national polling averages with point spreads are also available to gamble on.
 
Finally, below are updated odds for the Democratic and Republican nominee races, as well as the 2020 General Election.
 
Current odds (subject to change): https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/politics-futures
 
Trump testimony odds:
 
Will President Trump testify during the impeachment inquiry?
Yes +300
No -500
 
Democratic Debate odds:
 
How many times will the candidates say impeach?
Over 30
Under 30
 
How many times will the candidates say trillion?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5
 
How many times will Andrew Yang say Freedom Dividend?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5
 
Will any candidate endorse another candidate for President?
Yes +500
No -1000
 
Will any candidate say a curse word?
Yes -200
No +150
 
Will any candidate say MSNBC?
Yes -120
No -120
 
Will the debate be interrupted by a protester?
Yes -300
No +200
 
Polling odds:
 
Who will have higher national poll average on Nov. 22? (According to Real Clear Politics at 1 p.m. ET)
Joe Biden -6
Elizabeth Warren +6
 
Who will have higher national poll average on Nov. 22? (According to Real Clear Politics at 1 p.m. ET)
Elizabeth Warren -2
Bernie Sanders +2
 
Who will have higher national poll average on Nov. 22? (According to Real Clear Politics at 1 p.m. ET)
Pete Buttigieg -5.5
Andrew Yang +5.5
 
Who will have higher national poll average on Nov. 22? (According to Real Clear Politics at 1 p.m. ET)
Andrew Yang -0.5
Michael Bloomberg +0.5
 
Democratic Nominee odds:
 
Elizabeth Warren +275
Joe Biden +275
Pete Buttigieg +500
Bernie Sanders +600
Andrew Yang +1100
Michael Bloomberg +1300
Hillary Clinton +1400
Tulsi Gabbard +2500
Kamala Harris +3300
Amy Klobuchar +5000
Cory Booker +5000
Tom Steyer +5000
 
Republican Nominee odds:
 
Donald Trump -800
Field (Any other candidate) +500
 
Presidential odds:
 
Donald Trump +140
Elizabeth Warren +550
Joe Biden +550
Pete Buttigieg +800
Bernie Sanders +1000
Andrew Yang +2000
Hillary Clinton +2500
Michael Bloomberg +2500
Mike Pence +5000
Tulsi Gabbard +5000
Kamala Harris +6600
Amy Klobuchar +10000
Cory Booker +10000
Tom Steyer +10000
 
Presidential Party odds:
 
Democratic Party -120
Republican Party -120

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