Trump Betting Odds: The Donald Again Favored To Save Us All

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After staying in the headlines while his “successor” continues captaining the country into an unprecedented economic and social shipwreck, Donald Trump has once again regained his status as the Presidential frontrunner for 2024.

But that’s not the only interesting Trump betting line on the boards, as the GOAT is featured in several compelling and intriguing matchups.

These are discussed and dissected below.

Current Donald Trump Betting Odds

Via BetOnline Sportsbook

2024 US Presidential Election – GOP Nominee

  • Donald Trump +100    
  • Ron DeSantis +500    
  • Nikki Haley +850
  • Mike Pence +1200
  • Tucker Carlson +1750 
  • Kristi Noem +2500    
  • Ted Cruz +2500 
  • Mike Pompeo +2800    
  • Liz Cheney +3000
  • Josh Hawley +3300


The risk here, of course, is that you can’t really hedge with the top two picks for the GOP candidate, as Trump is pulling even odds to earn the nod.

That said, if Trump’s out, Ron DeSantis is clearly in.

Granted, a lot can change between now and Election Night 2024, but the Florida governor can only really tank his Presidential stock through an unforced error.

It’s not impossible, but it’s not particularly likely, either.

If Trump runs, it’s Trump all the way, and DeSantis likely wouldn’t even attempt to primary the real Big Guy™.

But should Trump prefer being kingmaker, DeSantis is as close to a sure thing as the right has.

Also, Tucker Carlson is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Support this guy at your own peril.    

2024 US Presidential Election – Winner

  • Donald Trump +275    
  • Joe Biden +325 
  • Kamala Harris +500   
  • Ron DeSantis +1050   
  • Pete Buttigieg +1600 
  • Nikki Haley +1750    
  • Mike Pence +2000
  • Elizabeth Warren +2500    
  • Tucker Carlson +3300 
  • Andrew Yang +4000
  • + More    

We recently reported that after several months of trending in second or third place on the Presidential election odds boards, Trump finally pulled even with “President” Joe Biden.

At the end of September – just two weeks ago – both men were tied at +350.

Now, however, the Teflon Don has climbed up the ladder, with Basement Joe’s grasp on the top rung slipping precariously.

Trump is 50 points the favorite to “win back” the White House.

Of course, Trump was already cheated out of reelection once, and there’s no reason to think he wouldn’t be cheated again.

Still, even as he won convincingly in 2020, the fraud machine would likely need to be running overtime to topple Trump in 2024 as the nation continues to have the red pill jammed down its throat like so many coronavirus vaccines.

Amusingly, Andrew Yang – who recently departed the Democrat Party – is trending in 10th place as an independent party candidate, which means he has no chance.

He already didn’t, of course, but it’s worth pointing out that no independent or third-party nominee has ever won the nation’s highest office.   

For savvy bettors, taking a flyer on DeSantis at +1050 could be a good move, especially if you hedge your Trump pick with The Ronald.

If Trump doesn’t run in 2024 – for whatever reason – DeSantis is the obvious torchbearer for MAGA.

2022 Midterm Election Odds

Will Donald Trump be elected at the Midterms?

  • No -2500
  • Yes +800

This Republican betting line is an interesting prop bet.

Trump has offered no indication that he’s running for Congress in either chamber, and if the 2024 presidency is on the line, he can’t really afford the distraction.

Keeping Trump on the floors of Congress keeps him off the campaign trail, remember.

And while the left would like nothing more than to kill the frightening, terrible, horrifying, violence-filled, institutionally racist public health threat that is the unmasked, unvaxxed Trump Rally™, there’s no reason for the conductor himself to derail the Trump Train.

Trump will not run for any congressional seat.

Small potatoes.

Will Donald Trump be elected Speaker of the House?

  • No -10000
  • Yes +2000

This line, taken with the analysis of the prior line, seems like a logical absurdity.

That said, it should probably trade odds with that prior line, as this is actually more likely than the above.

That’s because, as Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz has stated, Trump doesn’t actually have to be a member of the US House of Representatives in order to be elected speaker.

That’s right: Nowhere in the Constitution – nowhere in the Law of the Land™ – is there any qualification that the Speaker must be a current or former member of the House.

Anyone can be elected to the post, and if enough congresscritters vote for him or her, they become Speaker (should they consent, of course).

As such, it’s conceivable – albeit very unlikely – that Trump would be nominated, accept said nomination, and be elected Speaker of the House.

Yes, that gives him an in to replace the treasonous and incompetent Biden-Harris tandem should they somehow be impeached and removed (they won’t be), but his odds to win the Presidential election in 2024 are far more realistic than this silly scheme to game the Presidential line of succession.

This MAGA pipedream is just that.

Plus, most rank-and-filed Republicans hate Trump and MAGA, because they’re really just Democrats.

It’s amazing, isn’t it, that the Republican Party so frequently tolerates turncoats that “RINO” is a household term, while the Democrat equivalent – the “DINO” – doesn’t actually exist at all?

Talk about the real Party of Tolerance™.

2021 Joe Biden Presidential Mental Fitness Test Update

Will Joe Biden finish his first term as President?

  • Yes -175 (-175)
  • No +135 (+135)

No movement. Take the free money at +135.

What year will Joe Biden exit office?

  • 2025 -120 (+110)
  • Not Before 2026 +400 (+400)
  • 2022 +450 (+400)
  • 2023 +750 (+750)
  • 2021 +900 (+550)
  • 2024 +1400 (+1400)


This line used to offer the most obvious, lucrative hedging opportunity ever.

And it still does.

Will Joe Biden be impeached and removed from office?

  • No -1250 (-1200)
  • Yes +575 (+500)

More movement!

People are starting to catch on, and it only took them eight months and change.

Lots and lots and lots of change.  

Joe Biden Approval Rating By November 1, 2021

  • Over 43.5% -120 (44.0% -120)
  • Under 43.5% -120 (44.0% -120)

Somebody should’ve told Mumbles here that loose lips sink ships.