‘Lying Ted’: What Will Donald Trump Say First at GOP Convention

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Jul/21/2016

Following the outcry over Texas Senator Ted Cruz’ failure to formally endorse Republican nominee Donald Trump Wednesday night, the fine folks at BetOnline have adjusted their betting options on the GOP Convention, adding the option of What Will Donald Trump Say First.

Suffice it to say Lying’ Ted was among the offerings at 6-1 odds.  This was a common catchphrase Trump used to describe Cruz, who was the first to announce his run for President of the United States.

The GOP nominee simply mentioning Ted Cruz by name first pays EVEN odds.

Note that the Donald Trump Color of His Tie bet has been closed due to Trump appearing during rehearsals with a red tie early Thursday afternoon, the assumption being he will wear that same tie.  The bet itself has not yet been graded.

All of Thursday’s Donald Trump speech odds at the GOP Convention in Cleveland appear

Thursday, Jul 21, 2016

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: all lives matter

08:00 PM

2011

Uses complete phrase

 

+190

 

2012

Does not use complete phrase

 

-240

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Bernie Sanders

08:00 PM

2003

Uses complete phrase

 

-150

 

2004

Does not use complete phrase

 

+120

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: black lives matter

08:00 PM

2001

Uses complete phrase

 

+260

 

2002

Does not use complete phrase

 

-350

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: build a wall

08:00 PM

2013

Uses complete phrase

 

-170

 

2014

Does not use complete phrase

 

+140

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: crooked Hillary

08:00 PM

2021

Over 4½ uses of phrase

 

+145

 

2022

Under 4½ uses of phrase

 

-175

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: LeBron James

08:00 PM

2005

Uses complete phrase

 

+200

 

2006

Does not use complete phrase

 

-260

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: make America great again

08:00 PM

2023

Over 3 uses of phrase

 

-120

 

2024

Under 3 uses of phrase

 

-110

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Obamacare

08:00 PM

2009

Uses complete phrase

 

-2000

 

2010

Does not use complete phrase

 

+1000

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Supreme Court

08:00 PM

2007

Uses complete phrase

 

-1500

 

2008

Does not use complete phrase

 

+800

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: Ted Cruz Special

08:00 PM

2015

Says exactly "Ted Cruz"

 

+150

 

2016

Says exactly "Lying Ted"

 

+800

 

2017

Does not use either complete phrase

 

-140

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: total words

08:00 PM

2027

Over 4249½ total words

 

-115

 

2028

Under 4249½ total words

 

-115

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: word used first

08:00 PM

2041

Bernie

 

+600

 

2042

Sanders

 

+2000

 

2043

Hillary

 

-800

 

2044

Clinton

 

+1000

 

Republican National Convention

Donald Trump speech: word used first

08:00 PM

2045

ISIS

 

-150

 

2046

Mexico

 

+120

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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