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Donald Trump Exit Date Betting Lines

Donald Trump presidential exit date betting odds at Bovada Sportsbook

How long will Donald Trump last as the President of the United States? Prop odds have him favored to make it to at least the end of his first term before he exits the White House.

A date of 2020 or later is the -120 favorite on the Donald Trump Exit Date odds, with the next United States presidential election slated for November 3, 2020. Trump exiting the office in 2017 is then at +350 odds, with 2018 at +400 odds, and 2019 the longest shot at +800 odds.

Trump has been embattled since taking office in January, with critics questioning his campaign’s alleged ties to the Russian government of Vladimir Putin, the conflicts of interest between his business ventures (now run by his sons) and his role as president, and his failure to release his past tax returns. Trump also tweeted that former president Barack Obama had his wires tapped during the 2016 campaign, but has offered no evidence to support that claim.

As well, Trump has thus far failed to get ‘Obamacare’ repealed – one of his bigger promises during the presidential campaign – and his plan to have Mexico pay for a wall between the two countries has hit several snags. Trump also doesn’t have the support of all Republicans.

Still, only Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton have ever been impeached by the House of Representatives, and both survived subsequent Senate trials to stay in office. Richard Nixon was on the path to impeachment in 1974 but resigned from office before that could happen. That means no United States president has ever left office directly due to an impeachment.

Overall nine presidents have left before their terms expired, Nixon plus eight who died in office. Nixon is the only president to have resigned from office; he was in his second term.

 

Democrats Favored to Win 2020 Election

The Republican Trump managed to win the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton of the Democrats, but his party is currently set as the underdog to win the 2020 presidential election. The Republicans are listed as +125 underdogs on the odds to win the 2020 United States presidential election, with the Democrats set as the -155 favorites on those political prop lines.

Trump carried 30 states in 2016, picking up 304 electoral college votes despite winning only 46.1 percent of the popular vote. Clinton carried just 20 states in 2016 and picked up only 227 electoral college votes, although she did edge Trump in the popular vote with 48.2 percent.

 

*Odds as of April 24, 2017

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