Has the Democrats Impeachment hoax impacted President Trump’s odds for being reelected POTUS in 2020?
Since Donald Trump became the third United States president impeached by the House of Representatives President Trump’s odds of winning in 2020 have gone up, not down as the delusional Democrats had hoped.
Despite Nancy Pelosi playing games and delaying the start to his Senate trial, President Trump’s odds to win the 2020 election continue to improve.
The last time President Trump’s odds to win the 2020 Presidential Election were this good was back in late August 2019.
So how does President Trump odds of winning stack up against the Democrats clown car of 2020 candidates?
Here are the latest odds to win the 2020 Presidential election
|Candidate||Nov. 26||Dec. 5||Dec. 10||Dec. 17 / 19||Dec. 26|
|Donald Trump||+130||+125||+125||-105 / -105||-110|
|Joe Biden||+550||+550||+550||+600 / +600||+500|
|Bernie Sanders||+900||+800||+800||+800 / +800||+800|
|Pete Buttigieg||+700||+625||+625||+1000 / +1000||+1100|
|Elizabeth Warren||+750||+850||+900||+1200 / +1200||+1100|
|Michael Bloomberg||+1600||+1600||+1600||+1400 / +1400||+1400|
|Andrew Yang||+2000||+2000||+1800||+2500 / +2500||+2500|
|Hillary Clinton||+2500||+3000||+3000||+2500 / +2500||+3500|
|Amy Klobuchar||+5000||+5000||+6000||+6000 / +6000||+4000|
|Nikki Haley||+4000||+5000||+4500||+6000 / +6000||+6000|
|Mike Pence||+4000||+4000||+6000||+6000 / +6000||+6000|
|Tulsi Gabbard||+5000||+6000||+6000||+6000 / +6000||+7500|
Odds as of December 26 at OddsShark
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