President Donald J. Trump
45th President of the United States of America
Donald J. Trump defied all Vegas election odds in 2016 when he became the 45th president of the United States of America. He outlasted a strong field of 11 Republican Party candidates and then toppled Hillary Clinton in the general election. All of this was done without any previous political experience and at an advanced age of 70 years old. Now, the tables have turned for 2020, because with the Trump reelection odds, Vegas bookmakers are giving him a major edge over his Democratic competition.
Of course, these Vegas Trump odds are hypothetical, as Nevada doesn’t allow political betting (which is ironic, given the nature of politics and Nevada’s colloquial status as “Sin City”). Sportsbooks simply use Trump's odds for advertising their other wagering options. That said, you can still bet on Donald Trump and all the other 2020 candidates, debates, and state-by-state outcomes by using any of the reputable offshore betting sites listed here.
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Donald Trump Reelection Odds 2020
Odds provided by Bovada.
2020 US Presidential Election Odds
- Donald Trump -105
- Joe Biden +120
- Bernie Sanders +4000
- Mike Pence +5000
- Hillary Clinton +6000
- Michelle Obama +20000
Donald Trump Republican Primary Odds
- Donald Trump -2500
- Mike Pence +1600
- Nikki Haley +3300
- Mitt Romney +8000
- John Kasich +15000
- Paul Ryan +10000
- William (Bill) Weld +15000
- Ben Sasse +15000
Donald Trump Props
Will @TheRealDonaldTrump Be Kicked Off Of Twitter Before 2022?
- Yes +525
- No -950
Will Trump Complete His First Term?
- Yes -725
- No +430
Will There Be A Recession In Trump's First Term?
- Yes -725
- No +430
Is It Legal To Bet On Donald Trump?
Betting on Donald Trump to win or lose the Presidential election is legal if you do so through a licensed, offshore sportsbook operating legally online. It has long been the policy of Vegas sportsbooks to only accept wagers on sporting contests. Sportsbooks located in Las Vegas do not provide betting lines or odds on political outcomes, or any other category that would fall under the realm of entertainment betting.
Not to worry! The best online sportsbooks all offer odds for entertainment and political betting and are perfectly legal thanks to the fact that federal law does not bar the use of sportsbooks located in other countries. Washington and Connecticut have passed laws that forbid all forms of online gaming, but we’ve yet to see where anyone has faced prosecution in these regions. Still, if you live in WA or CT, it is advised that your stick with the local mandates and refrain from online election betting.
How To Bet On Donald Trump
Unfortunately, you can’t place a wager on political outcomes, or any other type of entertainment betting, in Las Vegas. In order to make a wager on political outcomes, you must first join a recommended offshore sportsbook and deposit funds into your account via the following procedure:
- Navigate to the sportsbook and create an account. This will require the entry of data such as your name and address and the creation of a login and password.
- Deposit funds into your account. These sportsbooks all accept major credit cards and various other banking options, but the most preferred method – and the one that features the biggest bonuses – is Bitcoin. If you just want to browse the betting lines, then you can skip the deposit step and move on.
- To locate the political odds, just look for a section called “Politics.” Some books may list these under their “Entertainment” section, but most have dedicated election betting categories.
- If you see a line you like, place your wager ASAP. Of course, in order to do so, you must make a deposit first, as no offshore betting site extends lines of credit to their players.
- Sit back and wait for the results to come in!
Donald Trump Bio
Donald Trump first became prominent nationally as a billionaire real estate mogul in New York Cirty and a stereotypical example of American success (and excess!) in the 1980s. In 2003, Trump began production of a reality television show called The Apprentice, which ran until 2015. Now, Trump is a lock at the top of the Republican odds for the 2020 nomination, and he’s the odds-on favorite to earn a second term as President.
- Business Holdings: Trump Financial, Trump Sales and Leasing, Trump International Realty
- Net Worth: $3.8-10 billion
- Age: 73
- Spouse: Melania Trump
- Children: Donald Jr, Ivanka, Eric, Tiffany, Barron
- Religion: Presbyterian
- Campaign: Trump's Website
- Twitter: @realDonaldTrump
- Campaign Slogan: Keep America Great, aka KAG. Previously Make America Great Again, aka MAGA
Donald Trump’s Political Experience
Although Donald Trump has flirted with running for President of the United States since the 1980s, he had no political experience prior to being elected. He is currently a member of the Republican party but has changed his party affiliation multiple times over his lifetime. Typically, Trump has aligned himself with the party of the Congressional majority, though he has been a Republican since 2012.
What is the focus of Donald Trump’s Campaign?
Because he is a sitting President running for reelection, Trump's message is centered on what he has accomplished and how he plans to continue those efforts over the next four years. His agenda covers many aspects, but the focus is primarily the following:
- Economy and Jobs
Trump touts tax reform, tax relief for middle-class families, and child tax credits as successes during his first four-year term. Job numbers are surging, with wages on the rise and unemployment at an all-time low among several demographics, including blacks and Hispanics. Overall unemployment also fell to its lowest recorded rate ever under Trump’s first term. More than 7 million Americans have successfully come off welfare during Trump’s tenure in office.
- Immigration Reform
Trump leaped to the top of the polls in 2016 when he expressed his views on limiting immigration into the United States. He promised the construction of a wall on the border of Mexico, but this has not been completed yet. Funding has been secured for 445 miles of the 722 miles of the US-Mexico border.
An early focus of Trump’s campaign was and remains the removal of red tape in our infrastructure, and by extension removing regulations that impair the flow of commerce and business across the United States. Trump plans to continue this effort, signing an Executive Order mandating the removal of two federal regulations for every federal regulation that is enacted.