- ‘Yes’ is favored at -200 odds for Donald Trump holds a rally on Inauguration Day.
- It is speculated that President Trump plans to skip the Inauguration and kick off his 2024 Presidential Campaign on the same day.
- Trump is rumored to be hosting a rally in Florida on Inauguration Day.
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump has rumors circulating that he plans to kick off his 2024 Presidential Campaign by hosting his own rally on Inauguration Day to oppose President-Elect Joe Biden.
Sports bettors are taking action at online sportsbooks for whether or not President Trump would indeed host this rally, with ‘Yes’ being the strong favorite.
Donald Trump has yet to concede, which is one of the main reasons those betting on the 2020 Presidential Election continue to find betting odds even this far after Election Day.
It is understandable why bettors are putting action on President Donald Trump to host his own rival rally at the same time as Biden’s inauguration in order to split the viewership.
President Trump is still sticking to his claims of voter fraud even just a few weeks away from Bidens Inauguration.
THE DEMOCRATS DUMPED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF BALLOTS IN THE SWING STATES LATE IN THE EVENING. IT WAS A RIGGED ELECTION!!!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 22, 2020
There is also evidence that supports the possibility of the rally, as leaked information from the White House has proven the President has had discussions with his camp about the potential rally.
Donald Trump holds a rally on Inauguration Day?
- Yes -200
- No +150
The rumors that have come out have claimed that Trump plans to hold this rally in Florida. President Trump has a long history in the Sunshine State from being close with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as well as hosting his Town Hall in Miami during the election.
Still, no official statement has been made from the White House directly. Longshot bettors may cash in big if these rumors turn out to be just that, rumors.
“Anonymous sources who claim to know what the President is or is not considering have no idea,” said Judd Deere White House spokesperson. “When President Trump has an announcement about his plans for Jan. 20 he will let you know.”
What is to be expected, however, is that Trump will not concede before the Inauguration. The ongoing feud between Biden and Trump will continue well into President-Elect Joe Biden’s first term.
What that means, is that legal sports betting will not run out of action for sports bettors to place on political betting.
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