Democracy is a fragile beast at the best of times and these, these aren’t the best of times. A bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 would appear at first glance to be a wager on all the nightmares coming true, however with nuclear war on the horizon and some Republicans thinking the election in should be canceled, at least a wager on the next Presidential election at Bet365 presupposes there will still be a functioning democratic nation called America in which to hold it. Personally, I’m not that sure.
2020 Presidential Election
• Mark Zuckerberg – 22/1
• Michelle Obama – 16/1
• Bernie Sanders – 16/1
• Elizabeth Warren – 9/1
• Mike Pence – 7/1
• Donald Trump – 2/1
According to new polls 24% of the US population would support Donald Trump regardless of what he does or says. This comes on the back of news that 52% of Republicans would support postponing or canceling the 2020 election if Trump says illegal immigrants have been voting. There’s no proof they have, of course, it’s just one of those racist things he made up on the campaign trail. That’s why a bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 is a wager of optimism over the US President’s idiotic grasp on power.
A bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 is a wager that there will actually BE an election in 2020, that Donald Trump will not, at some point as the years roll on and his poll numbers fall even further, simply claim that evil Mexican illegals are voting in elections and cancel democracy until everyone in the US is bar coded with a tattoo on their foreheads. Sounds far fetched, doesn’t it? But then so did a Trump Presidency and you don’t have to bet on sports in the US week in, week out, to spot an underdog win.
Will There Be An Election At All In 2020?
Sadly the idea that a White House occupant might demolish the basis of democracy in the United States isn’t even the current worst case scenario. Thermonuclear war is. The childish rhetoric of both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un mean that at any moment a splash near Guam could herald the dawning of a new era of mutants, radlands and those ubiquitous big assed scorpions. A bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 is a bet against the United States looking like Fallout 4 before Thanks Giving this year.
The events in Charlotteville highlight just how Donald Trump is capable of anything and that those in the US gambling laws laid down in The Constitution will protect them from dictatorship are sorely mistaken. Any man that takes two days to condemn Nazi murderers can’t be trusted to relinquish the reigns of power, if only because it clearly demonstrates he doesn’t understand the role holding them requires you to play. Bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 at Bet365 if you wish, but he’ll not be gambling.
Bet On Donald Trump To Win In 2020 At Bet365 Now
Presidential Election 2020
• Will Donald Trump lose a 2/1 shot at a second term in the White House in 2020?
• Can Elizabeth Warren overcome her 9/1 odds to save the nation from fascism?
• Does 22/1 shot Dwayne Johnson really have a shot at the Presidency of the United States?
His constant narcissistic self-aggrandizement will not allow him to lose, so he’ll either avoid a situation in which he might, or if not, simply claim that the opposition cheated, and with that 24% willing to believe anything he says and follow him unto hell if necessary, that will only lead to bad things happening in the United States. Bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 but do bear in mind that poor Heather Heyer could just be the start of the casualties in a very nasty period of US domestic politics.
Donald Trump might well be a white supremacist, a supporter of the KKK and other neo-Nazi groups, but someone in his communication team has tried to steer him away from forming an equivalency between these thugs and the counter demonstrators. Just such a shame that Trump can’t stick to a script and I won’t be alone in the US gambling news reports of future Trump press conferences will contain even more horror. A bet on Donald Trump to win in 2020 is a vote for a 4th Reich, we just have to hope the US voters don’t make it happen.