There’s only a couple more weeks until he steps into the White House, and right now, members of PaddyPower can bet on where Donald Trump’s first state visit will be.
There is much speculation as to what exactly Donald Trump will do once he gets into the White House. His detractors believe he will immediately begin picking fights with foreign leaders, while his supporters believe he will begin to create jobs and work on keeping companies inside America.
There is so much anticipation for what Trump’s Presidency will be like, that many online sportsbooks in the UK are offering a number of different Trump betting specials. One of the most popular at the moment is to bet on where Donald Trump’s first state visit will be.
PaddyPower has released the betting odds for a number of different countries. Most of these choices seem like a logical first choice for Trump to visit, but he has proven to be unpredictable, and it’s anyone’s guess where he will go first. Let’s take a look at some of the choices.
First State Visit Countries
The two top countries leading the betting lines are Mexico and Canada. It makes sense that Trump’s first state visit will be one of these countries as they are the two closest to the US, and are two of the country’s biggest trade partners. Both these countries have odds of 11/4 to be the first country Trump visits as President.
The next two countries that PaddyPower lists as the favorites for Trump to visit are Russia and England. Donald has repeatedly stated his intention to improve US ties with Russia, which could mean he will visit Moscow shortly after entering the White House. England is one the US’ main allies in Europe, and it makes sense that he will make a formal visit to the UK in the near future. Both of these countries hold odds of 3/1.
The least likely country for Trump to visit first is North Korea. The US and North Korea do not even hold diplomatic relations at the moment, and it’s extremely rare for a US President to visit this reclusive country. Nonetheless, it is a betting option with odds of 200/1, and could earn punters a massive cash prize.
Where do you think Trump’s first state visit will be? Will it be one of the countries we listed? Tell us what you think by leaving a comment below, and make sure to check out GamingZion’s UK gambling news page to stay up to date on everything related to betting on Donald Trump!