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US Presidential Election Odds: Donald Trump now back into favourite with bookies making him ODDS-ON at 10/11 to win the next election!

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Donald Trump hasꦇ moved back into favourite to win the upcoming US Presidential Election with bookies putting him as 10/11 to be voted in again

US Presidential Election Odds: Donald Trump now back into favourite with bookies making him ODDS-ON at 10/11 to win the next election!
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  • Donald Trump is back into favourite to win the US Presidential Election with bookies making him 10/11
  • Joe Biden drifts slightly in the betting market after previously being joint favourite
  • Further odds given on who Trump will pick as his Vice President if he was to win

Donald Trump is back into favourite to win the US Presidential Election with bookies making him 10/11

Betting is still available on who will win the upcoming US Presidential Election with the latest odds through bookmakers putting him clea✅r at 10/11 in the betting market.

Trump is cu🐈rrently in a massive hush-money trial in America which is the first criminal trial of a former US president with the former president facing 34 counts of falsifying bu☂siness records.

This though hasn't stopped him campaigning once again to be voted in as president ജa🥀nd he has now moved into favourite at 10/11 to replace Joe Biden for another spell as the president of the United States.

Bet365's latest betting odds puts Trump as the 10/11 favourite with those betting odds giving an implied probability of 52.4% that he leads ♉the country once again.

Whichever of the two main c𒉰andidates winning the race would be the oldest president we've ever seen by the time th𒁏eir reign would be over with Trump hitting 82 at the end of his next potential term.

US Presidential Election 2024OddsProbability
Donald Trump10/1152.4%
Joe Biden6/545.5%
Michelle Obama16/15.9%
Robert Kennedy Jr.16/15.9%
What the expert says..

Donald Trump now moves back into 10/11 𒁃to win the 2024 US Presidential Election with bookmakers putting him as the 🦂clear favourite ahead of Joe Biden to be voted in again.

Nig𒉰el Skinner - Political Betting Expert - panalo55bet.com

Joe Biden drifts slightly in the betting market after previously being joint favourite

Joe Biden has drifted in the betting market in the past week with a series ofꦍ events putting him in a negative light including signing a legislation that would ban TikTok in the US.

This has alerted younger vot♊ers with the current President potentially taking away one of the most used apps in the country seen as a massive negat🌌ive for those voters.

Biden then called Japan and India “xenophobic" countrieꦬs that do not welcome immigrants which has yet to been met with any reply from those countries but had backlash from various US commentators.

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Further odds given on who Trump will pick as his Vice President if he was to win

Such𝕴 is the confidence tಞhat Trump could win the US Presidential Election this year it now sees bookmakers offer odds on who would be his Vice President if he was to take over.

Senat﷽or Tim Scott was a rival for Trump in the Republican party's primary contest but was ultimately defeated and then put his full support into the Trump run.

Scott is the 7/2 favourite to become Trump's VP if he was to win 🍃the election, with J.D Vance and Doug Burgum following in the betting market.

Donald Trump's Vice President 2024OddsProbability
Tim Scott7/222.2%
J.D. Vance9/218.2%
Doug Burgum13/213.3%
Tulsi Gabbard7/112.5%
Elise Stefanik9/110.0%

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If you want to know anything about Political betting markets then Nigel is your go-to guy. Nigel has years of experience writing and following betting odds around a whole host of political markets including General Elections, By-Elections and even the infamous Brexit betting markets!

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