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Which VP Candidate Lies First Odds at Debate

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Oct/07/2020

Among the handful of political prop bets being offered for Wednesday night's Vice Presidential Debate, which of the two candidates tells the first lie.

BetOnline will make that determination through the New York Times fact checker.

The first candidate with statements labeled as "False" will be graded winner, the site says.

And it's sitting Vice President Mike Pence who is the runaway favorite.  The Democratic pick, Senator Kamala Harris will pay $17 for every $10 bet should she be deemed the first liar.

Kamala Harris +170

Mike Pence -250

The winner we would think has to be deemed as 100 percent non-factual.  Politicians of course are known for embellishment.

More Debate Odds Here

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

 

 

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