Will Trump Release His Tax Return and South Carolina Going Blue? Latest Odds

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Aug/23/2016

The good folks at MyBookie have released betting odds on whether GOP nominee for US President Donald Trump will release his taxes prior to Election Day.

Bet on MLB. Join MyBookie today!

YES pays $15 for every $10 bet.

On Monday, one of Trump’s closest allies, Roger Stone, said that the real estate mogul should release his tax returns “immediately”.

Trump continues to cite an ongoing audit as the reason for not releasing his tax returns.

MyBookie was offering odds on whether the Republican nominee will drop out of the race with a payout of $70 for every $10 bet.

And then there is Tuesday night’s big news of a tie in a Feldman Group poll in long time red state South Carolina (that’s not a misprint).

South Carolina hasn’t voted for a Democrat since Jimmy Carter was elected in 1976.

MyBookie oddsmakers were expected to release odds shortly on key battleground states, for which nobody would have thought South Carolina met that classification just a month ago.

We are hearing whispers that MyBookie could be putting up OVER/UNDER odds ratings for the first debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

Politics News

Worst Kept Secret: Biden 2020, Latest Odds

Worst Kept Secret: Biden 2020, Latest Odds

Former US Vice President Joe Biden has "almost" made it official.  He's running for President for 2020.

Bernie Sanders Moves to the Top of the Pack

Bernie Sanders Moves to the Top of the Pack

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is now favored to win the Democratic nomination for the 2020 U.S. Presidential race following a highly rated Fox News Town Hall.

Political Betting Markets Now Favor Buttigieg as Biden Falls Out of Favor

Political Betting Markets Now Favor Buttigieg as Biden Falls Out of Favor

Second woman steps forward to say former VP touched her inappropriately

Brexit Hell: Latest Odds

Brexit Hell: Latest Odds

Brexit exit dates in 2019 at 1/10 odds most books

Brexit - No 2nd EU Referendum Say Oddsmakers

Brexit - No 2nd EU Referendum Say Oddsmakers

Theresa May was set to rule out a no-deal Brexit to stave off rebellion and avoid a rebellion by members of parliament, who are threatening to grab control of the divorce process, The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers reported.

Syndicate