Beto O’Rourke has officially entererd the race for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination, becoming the 15th person to declare his candidacy. Should you jump on his odds now?
Hillary Clinton recently announced she wouldn’t seek the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination and her odds have jumped significantly since then. Is she still worth a wager?
Bernie Sanders is now favored to win the 2020 Democratic Party nomination. It’s still very early in the process, but is he a good bet at this point or should bettors be looking elswhere?
Are Donald Trump’s days in the White House numbered? BetOnline is offering heavy odds that Trump will lose the 2020 US Presidential election.
Democrats in Congress are thought to be just days away from requesting President Donald Trump’s tax returns. MyBookie is offering odds that the Democrats won’t be successful in their quest.
Are impeachment proceedings coming against Donald Trump? And if so, how quickly might they come to fruition? MyBookie is offering dual odds on each of these topics and is of two minds in terms of which outcomes to favor.
As the list of indicted members of Donald Trump’s inner circle grows closer to the top of the pyramid, speculation continues to mount that Trump’s family may soon find themselves in the judiciary crosshairs, including Donald Trump Jr.
5Dimes has released new odds on the job security of several top international leaders. Will Vladimir Putin remain in power beyond December 31st, 2019?
Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and fixer, is testifying before Congress this week. Will the information he provides lead to a presidential impeachment?
Donald Trump’s odds of being re-elected US President are improving since he declared a national emergency. Can he continue to hold onto his lead all the way to 2020?
Former Vice President Joe Biden has yet to enter the field of competitors who are running for the 2020 Democratic candidacy, but many feel he’s still the best bet. We examine his odds.
MyBookie is offering a new prop wager that strongly suggests Donald Trump will not resign the Presidency before the end of his first term in office. Is there any value in betting yes?
Is the US Government about to shut down again? President Donald Trump and Congress agreed to a temporary spending agreement that ended a 35-day shutdown, but that deal expires February 15th.
Generally, President Donald Trump leaves no stone unturned when he lashes out on social media at those who criticize or are in position to harm him, but will Roger Stone prove the exception to that rule?