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What Will Trump Say First Odds - US Presidential Debate No. 1

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Sep/28/2020

You can bet on what US President Donald Trump says first when he takes to the podium at Tuesday night's Presidential Debates.

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What will Trump say first?

Fake news  (5-7)  -140

China virus  (1-1)  +100

 

What will Trump say first?

Sleepy  (11-10)  +110

Drug test  (2-3)  -150
 

Fake News and Drug Test are the favorites. 

Additionally, there are odds on what former Vice President Joe Biden will say first.

 

What will Biden say first?

Come on man  (1-2)  -200

Scranton  (3-2)  +150


There are also odds on whether either men curse during the Debate.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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