US Politics: Rallying Donald Trump Odds

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US Politics: Rallying Donald Trump Odds
(FILES) In this file photo former US President Donald Trump gestures after speaking during election night in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, early on November 4, 2020. - Would Donald Trump run for president under indictment? No charges have been filed, but a grand jury may bring findings this year that put the ex-president in legal jeopardy and pose grave risks to his 2024 ambitions. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Top sportsbooks roll out a fresh batch of Donald Trump odds as the former US President reveals plans to rally for support this summer. A move that is being interpreted as an indication of his intent of running as president again.

According to a CNN report last month, former president Donald Trump is planning to hit the rally trail this summer with several of his signature campaign style rallies expected to take place in key battleground states of Florida, Ohio and North Carolina.

“We’ll be doing one in Florida, we’re going to do one in Ohio, we’re going to do one in North Carolina,” said Trump seemingly issuing a rallying cry while speaking to the media outfit One America News in an interview in May, adding that he would release a rally schedule “relatively soon.”

Bettors can bet on Trump’s rally schedule with two specific prop bets found at BetOnline Sportsbook (see BetOnline Review). The first market deals with the number of rallies Trump will carry out in the summer and the second market deals with potential locations.

As it were, the politics odds favor four or fewer rallies while, predictably, Florida, where he enjoyed impressive success in both US Elections, is top of the list as a preferred rally destination. North Carolina and Ohio are the next best bets, which falls in line with the statement Trump made to One America media.

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Donald Trump Odds

Trump Rallies Between June-August

  • Four or less -300
  • More than four +200

Odd courtesy of BetOnline (visit our BetOnline Review)

Donald Trump Rally Odds: State to Host Next Trump Rally

  • Florida -150
  • North Carolina +275
  • Ohio +500
  • Georgia +700
  • New Jersey +1600
  • Arizona +2500
  • Michigan +2500
  • Nevada +2500
  • New Hampshire +2500
  • Pennsylvania +2500
  • South Carolina +3300
  • Wisconsin +3300
  • Alabama +5000
  • Iowa +5000
  • Texas +5000
  • Missouri +6600
  • New York +6600
  • California +10000
  • Illinois +10000
  • South Dakota +10000
  • Wyoming +10000

Trump’s trademark MAGA rallies are a staple in his campaigning repertoire and were largely responsible for galvanizing tremendous support in both of his previous presidential bids, although with contrasting outcomes in 2016 and 2020. The former delivered Trump into the White House as the 45th president of the United States while the latter failed to do so even though he did in fact receive almost 10 million more votes than in 2016.

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Former US President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference on September 16, 2020, in Washington, DC. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Thus, Trump was denied the honor of serving two consecutive terms, which has been the principality of most incumbent American presidents with a few exceptions since WWII. After losing to Joe Biden in the 2020 US Elections, Trump became the third incumbent to fail at re-election, joining Carter and Bush Sr. in the ignominy of defeat.

Since Trump’s defeat, speculation, whether he might launch a third bid for the presidency, is rife. No official announcement has been made by his camp, but by remaining active on the political scene the interpretation is that the announcement is a matter of time. When and not if, he announces a bid in 2024.

Another Indictment?

All the while Trump is putting plans in place to ratchet up support for his cause and assumingly his next bid for president of the United States, investigations on his conduct and various business affairs continue in the background. The latest serving of political odds regarding the possible indictment of Trump have been updated as a result, and interestingly, they show a conspicuous lean towards the “Yes” bet. What would be an incredible third attempt to indict Trump if it actually happens?

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Donald Trump To Be Indicted

  • Yes -130
  • No -110

Odd courtesy of BetOnline