If you’re a betting man, Trump looks good in 2024

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Bookies in America have announced the startling news that Donald Trump is currently the betting favourite to win the 2024 election.

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According to a press release from Josh Barton at oddspr.com, after Trump’s loss in November 2020,  SportsBetting.ag initially set his odds for the 2024 Election at 33-1.

That number fell to 12-1 in January this year. Now, Trump has zipped past everyone — regardless of party — as the betting favourite.

Trump currently has slightly better than 3-1 odds to be elected president in 2024. That’s better than incumbent Joe Biden   (13-4 odds); Kamala Harris, (5-1); Ron DeSantis, (10-1); and Pete Buttigieg, (16-1).

Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, and Elizabeth Warren follow, but so does Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson, so it’s difficult to know how seriously anyone should take this list.

Here are all the candidates with 50-1 odds or better, according to SportsBetting.ag:

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 Donald Trump Sr.        3-1

Joe Biden                    13-4

Kamala Harris             5-1

Ron DeSantis               10-1

Pete Buttigieg             16-1

Nikki Haley                  18-1

Mike Pence                 20-1

Elizabeth Warren        25-1

Tucker Carlson            33-1

Andrew Yang              40-1

Mike Pompeo             40-1

Kristi Noem                 45-1

Amy Klobuchar           50-1

Gavin Newsom            50-1

Mark Cuban                50-1

Ted Cruz                      50-1

The website’s political oddsmaker, Paul Krishnamurty, thinks Biden’s approval rating is falling, which may make it difficult for him to advance his agenda through Congress.

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Krishnamurty predicted there will be a defeat at the mid-terms, which would further tie Biden’s hands, but that remains to be seen.

“Running again, aged 81, may make little sense,” Krishnamurty commented about Biden, a strange notion considering Trump will be 78 when the 2024 election rolls around.

“While Trump may well still be indicted, the longer authorities wait, the more it will appear politically motivated and the more likely to get tied up in legal delays,” said Krishnamurty. “It isn’t clear that the Jan. 6 Commission will deliver either. The effect may ‘detoxify’ Trump and the issue itself.”

He added the 2024 election is “probably still a tossup, like most presidential races of recent times.”

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