- President Donald Trump is almost finished with his time in office and sportsbooks have prop bets up for what the 74-year-old will do next.
- Donald Trump prop bets are all over the map, including where the President and his family will permanently reside.
WASHINGTON – Plenty of prop bets for Donald Trump have overtaken sportsbooks since the Electoral College certified the results of the 2020 Presidential Election.
With the Electoral College announcing Joe Biden as the winner, many are curious what moves Trump will make when his term is up in the new year. The President was unable to clinch re-election and while there are rumors of a potential 2024 run, that gives him a four-year gap to do a few things.
Sportsbooks have a few options listed for the future endeavors of Donald Trump in his post-presidential era.
The Odds On The Future Works Of Trump
Online sports betting platforms like Bovada have posted Trump betting lines ranging from where he will reside when he leaves the White House to whether or not he will be launching his own television show.
With his sons having taken the reins on his other businesses during his Presidency, the 74-year-old will now have plenty of time to venture out into other areas of work.
The current political betting odds up for Trump are listed below. The first asks the question of where he and his family will be moving.
Trump’s Residency Odds
Where Will Donald Trump’s Permanent Residence Be After Leaving The White House?
- Palm Beach, FL (-450)
- New York City, NY (+500)
- Washington, D.C. (+750)
The President has said in the past that New York will no longer be a place he chooses to reside as it is no longer the New York he knew and loved. He and his wife became residents in Florida which is where they voted in the 2020 Presidential Election.
However, what should give pause to this bet, in particular, is the reports that his potential Florida neighbors don’t want him to move there. They claim he signed away his residency rights when he converted Mar-a-Lago into a private club.
But, with the money and support that Trump has in Florida, he’ll most likely be able to buy another property and live somewhere else in the state.
Odds For Trump’s Role In The Media
Will Donald Trump Accept A Contributor Deal Or His Own Show On A Television News Network In 2021?
- Yes (-220)
- No (+165)
Will Donald Trump Announce His Intention To Launch His Own Right-Wing Media Venture In 2021?
- Yes (+185)
- No (-250)
It comes as no surprise that the next two wagers are available as Trump faced tremendous media scrutiny throughout his time in office. He actually coined the phrase “Fake News” with the countless stories that were aired about him.
It’s been said by inside sources at Axios that he would be open to having a TV program of his own where there would be no “Fake News” stories broadcast.
“He plans to wreck Fox. No doubt about it,” said a source to Axios with detailed knowledge of Trump’s intentions.
With this in mind, the +185 odds on “yes” for Trump to launch his own Right-wing Media venture might be the best bet among these two Trump prop bets.
Odds For Trump’s Political Intentions
Will Donald Trump Create His Own Political Party By 2024?
- Yes (+600)
- No (-1200)
Next on the wager list asks if Donald Trump will create his own political party by 2024 when it’s been speculated that he will run again. Bookkeepers have the odds in favor of “No” (-1200). This would be the logical answer because third parties on Presidential ballots rarely if ever assume office. Trump will likely remain a Republican and throw his name in the ring for the 2024 Presidential Election as the Republican candidate.
Bovada’s odds for who the next Republican nominee for the 2024 Presidential Election favor Donald Trump Sr. to be the nominee so it would be in Trump’s best interest to stick with the party that got him his first term as president.
Odds For A New Trump Book
Will Donald Trump Publish A Memoir In 2021?
- Yes (-220)
- No (+165)
The last in the handful of bets on Donald Trump is about an upcoming book. Will Donald Trump have a memoir of his life published in 2021? Oddsmakers believe so with “Yes” having odds of (-220) to win. If his Twitter account has shown the world anything, it’s that Trump has plenty to say and has not been afraid to say it so a published memoir in the coming year seems like a good bet.
Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, who published a tell-all book about her Uncle was able to sell over 1.3 million copies in just the first week of its release. With that in mind, it would be in Donald Trump’s monetary interests to tell his side of the story.
Trumped Up Betting
As it’s almost time for the President to leave Washington, DC, he is still a heavy topic of conversation. Gamblers can get in on the action at legal sports betting sites and wager on what they think the next chapter of Donald Trump’s life holds.
Current President or not, the Donald sounds like he will remain a fixture of the public eye and betting on him makes that idea much more fun.
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Christina has been writing for as long as she can remember and does dedicated research on the newly regulated sports betting market. She comes from a family of sports lovers that engage in friendly bets from time to time. During the winter months, you can find Christina baking cookies and beating the entire staff at Mario Kart…the N64 version of course.