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Trump’s Odds Benefit From Democratic Debates

Donald Trump is the betting favorite to win the 2020 Presidential Election

After calling out “The Squad” in a series of tweets last week and another series of tweets this week directed at Elijah Cummings and Baltimore, there’s been a tempest in Washington over whether Donald Trump is a racist or if his messaging is racist.

However, Trump is concurrently the beneficiary of a Democratic party that appears to, once again, not have an overly strong presidential candidate in place. For the first time in months, Trump is again the odds-on favorite to win the 2020 presidential election. 

No matter which side of that debate you fall on, one thing is clear, Donald Trump remains the betting favorite for the 2020 election and none of his competitors have gained any ground this week at BetOnline.

Odds for the Top 5 2020 Presidential Election Candidates
CandidateOdds at BetOnline
Donald Trump-110
Kamala Harris+700
Joe Biden+700
Elizabeth Warren+700
Bernie Sanders+1200

How to bet on the 2020 U.S. presidential election

2020 Presidential Candidates

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump (-110) knows how to rally Republican voters and it has continued to work. Day after day there is a firestorm of tweets from, and incredulous news reports about, the current president. However, nothing has been major enough to shift Trump from being the top Republican in the land.

Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren (+700)

Kamala Harris, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are now all tied as the second betting favorite for president at +700.

Harris was slightly ahead of the other two entering the Detroit debates, but pundits feel like she was a loser on night 2 as she fended off attacks from candidates who saw her as the front-runner in Michigan. 

Elizabeth Warren had another stellar performance, much like she did in Miami, while Joe Biden got a lukewarm reception on his performance from analysts. The next Democratic debate will be September 12 in Houston, Texas.

The full list of odds to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Donald Trump-110
Kamala Harris+700
Joe Biden+700
Elizabeth Warren+700
Bernie Sanders+1200
Pete Buttigieg+1600
Andrew Yang+2000
Tulsi Gabbard+3300
Beto O’Rourke+6600
Cory Booker+6600
Amy Klobuchar+10000
Mike Pence+10000
Julian Castro+12500
Kirsten Gillibrand+15000
John Hickenlooper+15000
Megan Rapinoe+30000
Chelsea Clinton+100000
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson+100000
Joe Rogan+100000

Odds as of August 1 at BetOnline

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Democratic Party-120
Republican Party-110

Odds as of July 30 at Bovada