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Trump prop bets for January 6

New Donald Trump Prop Bets For Joint COVID-19 Statement With Biden And January 6 Indictment

While the 2022 midterms have yet to heat up, online political sportsbooks have produced several props that include betting odds for Donald Trump and his activities over the next few months.

The first two political props predicting what’ll happen to Trump next offer indictment betting odds that ask if Donald will succumb to criminal charges prior to 2023, or 2022, depending on the gambler’s preference.

Indictment Odds For Donald Trump

  • Not Before 2023 -140
  • Before 2023 +100

Will Donald Trump Be Indicted?

  • No -140
  • Yes +100

Both political prop bets indicate an outcome where Trump does not face an indictment, whether it be for the January 6, 2021 insurrection, or any other official charge, but the odds are awfully close to even and present the very real possibility that the former President could face jail time at some point.

Donald Trump Joint Vaccine Statement With Biden?

  • Yes +2000

Many former Presidents of the United States have teamed up with the sitting POTUS to issue a joint statement regarding issues with sweeping social impact.

One such issue is COVID-19 and its continued spread across the USA, and the combining of Biden and Trump to make an official announcement on the matter would hold considerable weight with a majority of Americans, regardless of which side of the political aisle they fall.

Unfortunately, the betting odds for Joe Biden are very low to issue a joint statement on the COVID-19 pandemic with Donald Trump, but $1 wagers on the +2000 moneyline odds will net brave gamblers a cool 20 bucks.

Will Donald Trump Hold A July 4th Rally?

  • No -200
  • Yes +150

Donald Trump Officially Launch 2024 Campaign In 2022?

  • No -350
  • Yes +225

Although it would be strange to hold a rally, on July 4th or any other date, for a former politician that has yet to declare their candidacy for office, it doesn’t seem out of line for former President Trump.

The above political props suggest that both a July 4 rally and an official 2024 Presidential Campaign announcement are unlikely to occur this year, but the moneyline odds for the favored outcomes are still close enough to even to be worthy of taking the risk.

Will Donald Trump Hold A Public Meeting With Xi Jinping?

  • Yes +2000

Odds For Donald Trump To Visit China?

  • Yes +700

Will Donald Trump Visit Russia?

  • Yes +700

It does not appear that Trump will be making a world tour to visit with top global leaders in advance of his campaign announcement, but it is a tactic that he could employ with friendlier allies closer to election time in 2024.

Odds For Donald Trump File For Bankruptcy

  • Yes +3300

The above betting line for a Trump bankruptcy may be worthy of consideration due to the incredible profit potential as well as the technical possibility that Donald could file for some sort of Chapter 11 protection before the end of 2022.

Odds For Donald Trump Get Divorced

  • No -5000
  • Yes +1200

While it appeared former First Lady Melania Trump and the Donald’s relationship may have hit the skids over the course of his 4-year term, they’re still together and the above betting odds suggest that their partnership is incredibly safe for the remainder of the year.

Will Donald Trump’s Twitter Account Be Restored?

  • No -3300
  • Yes +900

Trump’s favorite social media outlet continues to keep the former President’s Twitter account shut down, but will he ever be allowed access again?

The above Trump prop implies that he’ll never send another tweet again, and that’s precisely why he’s planning the launch of his own social media network in February titled Truth.

Right-wing enthusiasts are expected to flock to the new platform in droves, and we’d be surprised if a prop bet or two for Truth doesn’t appear in the very near future.

BetOnline, Newsweek

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