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Only 17 Percent of European Bettors Believe Trump Will Serve Full Term

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Aug/16/2017

In the wake of recent comments made by US President Donald Trump following a White Supremacy gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia, European gamblers are betting that Trump won’t make it through his full four-year term.

Only 17 percent of the European public were backing Trump making it four years at 8/11 odds most books. 

56 percent of those betting on Trump’s future believe he will be impeached while 27 percent believe he won’t be re-elected in 2020.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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