The odds of Donald Trump being impeached have dropped and it isn’t looking good for ole’ Donnie Walnuts. And before all of you jump down our throats, mind you that these are legit gambling odds from a betting house.
According to United Kingdom-based betting house Ladbrokes, the current odds of Donald Trump being impeached or resigning before the end of his first term are at 10/11.
The impeachment odds are just one of many “Donald Trump Specials” betting lines being hosted by Ladbrokes, a United Kingdom betting house. Unfortunately, Las Vegas only allows for betting odds on sports.
As of March 2017, Trump’s approval rating sits at 37%.
The other odds being offered by Ladbrokes include bets that Trump won’t be re-elected in 2020 and that he’ll visit Russia by the end of 2017. Interestingly enough, Jessica Bridge, a spokesperson for Ladbrokes, claims they have gotten serious action on Trump’s odds. Bridge said:
“The money is showing no signs of slowing down and we’ve been forced to cut Trump’s impeachment odds accordingly. We’ve taken five times the amount of bets on him failing to see out his full term than on him doing so.”
Additionally, gamblers also take odds on which year Trump will leave office, with options including 2021 (the end of his first term) or 2025 or later (which suggests that he’s serving a horrifying third term).
When Will Trump Be Replaced
- 2017: 7/2
- 2018: 9/2
- 2019: 8/1
- 2020: 16/1
- 2021: 7/4
- 2022: 33/1
- 2023: 40/1
- 2024: 50/1
- 2025 or later: 5/1
Donald Trump Specials
- To leave office via impeachment or resignation end of 1st term: 11/10
- To visit Russia before the end of 2017: 5/4
- NOT to be re-elected as President in 2020: 1/2
- To serve full term: 8/11
- To visit UK before the end of 2017: 1/5
- NOT to be inaugurated on Jan 20: 6/1
- Nigel Farage to be next UK Ambassador to the US: 7/1
Current Odds That Donald Trump Is Impeached Or Resigns Before End of First Term
The current odds of President Donald Trump being impeached or resigning before the end of his first term are at 10/11.