- New political prop odds are taking bets on Trump to not post a tweet for an entire week, with strong -600 odds it will not happen.
- Other odds include if the President will create a Parler account if he will stop his ads on Facebook, and which musical artist will be the next to send
- him a cease over unapproved use of their music.
WASHINGTON – Political prop bets are continuing to materialize with creative new odds that reflect President Trump’s various actions and adventures.
Needless to say, the United States remains divided in opinion over Donald Trump. Oddsmakers are capitalizing on the public’s constant attention to Trump news with political prop bets that are not only amusing but potentially profitable.
Betting On The President
Everyone knows how much the President enjoys his Twitter account. Oddsmakers are taking this opportunity to offer a unique prop on if Trump will go a week between tweets.
Trump To No Post An Original Tweet For 168 Straight Hours?
- No -600
- Yes +350
If political bettors want to put up the cash, the -600 ‘No’ bet here could be worthwhile.
Trump recently broke his own record for tweets in a day at 142. Going a week between tweets seems highly unlikely especially with the approaching election.
Other odds include if Trump will create an account on the new GOP-sponsored social media network, Parler.
Will D. Trump Create a Parler Account?
- Yes -300
- No +200
The President loves finding new ways to communicate with the public, and Parler could be his next medium.
The new social network is looking like a conservative version of Twitter that has already gained support from Ted Cruz and Candace Owens.
With Twitter recently censoring the President betting the Yes here looks like an inevitability.
Elsewhere in the news, the President was under fire from multiple musicians for the unapproved use of their music during his campaign efforts.
The estate of the late Tom Petty issued a formal cease and desist letter to the Trump campaign over his use of the Petty classic ‘I Won’t Back Down’ at his most recent rally in Tulsa.
Brenden Urie of ‘Panic! at the Disco’ was also upset over their hit song ‘High Hopes’ being used without permission to support a political platform.
This led to the legal online sportsbooks to create a prop attempting to predict the next major artist to ask the Trump administration to cease the use of their music.
Artist To Ask Trump Admin To Cease Use Of Song
- Phil Collins -150
- Bruce Springsteen +100
- The Who +600
- AC/DC +800
While this is not exactly easy to predict, there is an obvious value at +600 and +800 for both The Who and AC/DC.
Trump coming out to ‘Thunderstruck’ would not be a surprise to anyone.
Additionally, the last prop bet to explore is based on Facebook recently banning ads sponsored by the Trump campaign.
Will the Trump Admin stop advertising with Facebook?
- No -2000
- Yes +700
Oddsmakers believe the President will not back down and are burying the ‘Yes’ bet here.
There is terrific value on the +700 simply due to the fact that Trump might simply shift his ads away from Facebook out of frustration with the website.
Regardless of one’s political affiliation, political betting can be profitable for everyone.
Jimmy began his journalistic journey as a stat recorder and PA announcer for his middle school baseball team. Full of experience across print, broadcast, and sports radio, he brings his knowledge and toolkit to the LegalSportsBetting team. You can find him watching sports, making parlays, and listening to music on any day ending in Y.