- Online sportsbooks have set forth an array of Trump Super Bowl props relating to US President Donald Trump
- Will the President congratulate the winning team on Twitter?
- Are the Super Bowl champs going to visit Trump at the White House?
How often will US President Donald Trump tweet during Super Bowl Sunday? When the game is over, will Trump post a tweet congratulating the winning coach? Will that winning team reciprocate by visiting the White House?
These are just a few of vast array of props on offer at online sportsbooks relating to the President and the Super Bowl.
President Donald Trump Super Bowl Props
|Prop||Yes Odds||No Odds|
|Will President Trump Sing Along to National Anthem?||+200||-300|
|Will President Trump Tweet Latinos After The Game?||+500||-1000|
|Will President Trump Predict Winner Before Kickoff?||+500||-1000|
|Will President Trump Tweet During The Game?||+150||-200|
|Will President Trump Call Winning Coach After The Game?||+500||-1000|
|Will Donald Trump Ad Say Super Bowl?||-200||+150|
|Will Donald Trump Ad Thank Fox?||+500||-1000|
|Will President Trump Congratulate Winning Team On Twitter?||-120||-120|
|Will Super Bowl-Winning Team Visit White House?||-220||+155|
|Will President Trump Attend Super Bowl?||+300||-500|
|Prop||Over Odds||Under Odds|
|Total President Trump Tweets On Super Bowl Sunday||Over 13.5 (+130)||Under 13.5 (-170)|
|Total Times M. Bloomberg Ad Will Say Trump||Over 2 Trumps (-120)||Under 2 Trumps (-120)|
|Which Will Be Higher?||Odds|
|Yardage of Longest Reception?||-200|
|Trump Approval Rating on 2/3/2020?||+150|
Odds taken Jan. 21st
Trump’s twitter behavior on Super Bowl Sunday is a lot like him – erratic. His Super Bowl attention span is again much like him – it comes and goes.
Another Star Spangled Blunder?
Will the President sing along to the National Anthem? It’s hard to do when you don’t know all the words. The last time he gave it a shot at a football game – two years ago at the College Football Playoff championship game in Atlanta – his efforts reminded people of Leslie Nielsen’s performance in the Naked Gun.
The Donald seemed to offer a half-hearted performance to start off the Star Spangled Banner, mumbling and mouthing about half the words. To his credit, he did pick up his game in the later stages of the song.
Pick: No (-300).
Trump Traditionally Rests Thumbs on Super Bowl Sunday
Bovada has set the total on Trump Super Bowl Sunday tweets at 13.5. Last year, he sent out a paltry three tweets on Super Bowl Sunday. The season prior, he tweeted just once.
I can't get over, after all of the buildup, what a terrible game that was-the worst Super Bowl in history. The advertisers must be furious!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 3, 2014
However, there’s a lot more on his mind at the moment. There’s his ongoing impeachment trial. Oh, and the Iowa caucuses, the first true test of the 2020 Presidential race, go the day after the Super Bowl.
Regardless, 13.5 is going to be a reach.
Pick: Under 13.5 (-170).
Will Trump Give Twitter Shout Out to Winners?
This one’s a bit of a tougher call.
Last season, even though his beloved New England Patriots and his pal Tom Brady won yet another Super Bowl, the Prez was silent about it.
Instead, he used Twitter to brag about his golf game with Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus. Oddly, he offered salutations to the Pats for their AFC Championship Game win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Congratulations to Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the entire New England Patriots team on a great game and season. Will be a fantastic Super Bowl!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 21, 2019
The year prior, he congratulated the Philadelphia Eagles for beating the Patriots in the Super Bowl. And he sent out a congratulatory tweet to the Patriots following their huge rally to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51.
Doing the math, he’s two-for-three on congratulatory Super Bowl tweets. And remember, his pal Nick Bosa plays for San Francisco.
If the 49ers win, expect a Presidential tweet about it. If the Chiefs win, it’s a toss up.
Pick: Yes (-120).
Will There Be a White House Visit?
Come on, folks. This is the NFL. The owners of these teams are the guys who are raking in the cash thanks to the Trump tax bill. No matter which team wins, some players may opt out of the visit. But you can count on there being a visit.
Should it be the Niners who earn the trip, you know Bosa’s been dreaming about getting the Kurt Suzuki treatment from Trump all season long.
Pick: Yes (-220)
Approve or Pass?
Which will be higher – the President’s approval rating the day after the game, or the yardage of the longest pass completion in the Super Bowl?
Are we talking about the real number, or the fake 95 percent approval rating that Trump regularly tweets without citing a source?
95% Approval Rating in the Republican Party, A Record. Thank You!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 18, 2020
FiveThirtyEight.com tracks Trump’s approval rating. In four years, it’s never gone above 51 percent in any poll.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes completed a 60-yard TD pass during the postseason.
Pick: Yardage of Longest Reception (-200)
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