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Clinton vs Trump USA Presidential Election Odds After Third Debate

Clinton vs Trump USA Presidential Election Odds After Third Debate

US Presidential Election Odds At SportsInteraction

Online bookmakers, like those at SportsInteraction, were good in the Republican and Democratic primary “races”. That’s because candidates, posted as chalk long ago, won the nomination of their party leading to the quagmire the USA faces today. If they're correct again, we're not sure they are, Americans will elect the first female President since this much hailed democratic process began with the election of George Washington in 1789. We know for sure, without a shadow of a doubt, the 2016 Presidential election process has been far from what the US Founding Fathers had in mind.

Resembling something between a couple of angry old souls "trying to return soup at a deli" and a World Wrestling Entertainment event, betting on the race for the Presidency of the United States of America is now down to its final weeks. On November 8, 2016, Americans, from sea to shining sea, will head to polling stations, enter a box, draw a flimsy curtain behind them, and pull a lever to select Hillary Rodham Clinton or Donald John Trump as their next President. The winner will also become the leader of the largest “democracy” in the free world – ummm for the next four years?

SportsInteraction 2016 US President Betting Lines

Bet on the Next USA President: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or a Dark Horse in 2016? 

As the SportsInteraction futures odds above illustrates, bettors actually have nine “candidates” to choose from. That's opposed to the four who will actually be on the ticket as Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party and Jill Stein of the Green Party of the United States join Trump and Clinton on the official ballet. They will fight for third / fourth and 3% of the total votes on election night. Should something tragic happen to one of the main party leaders, we hope nothing does, Vice President nods Mike Pence (R) or Tim Kaine (D) would step into the fray for Trump and Clinton respectively. 

Primary drubbed Bernie Sanders (D) Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R) & Obama VP Joe Biden (D) round out the “Nauseating Nine” on the politics board at SportsInteraction. Many Americans are still feeling the “BERN” after Sanders was defeated during the US Democratic Party nomination process - as Clinton’s sole competitor. Hmmm, or is that feeling totally burnt out by the US political system as a whole? Trump on the other hand beat out everyone from Little Marco, to Low Energy Jeb, to 1 for 38 Kasich, until Lyin Ted was the last of eighteen (18) original Republican candidates to be chocked out MMA style by The Donald. Ponder these betting odds from way back yonder….

Early Odds USA President 2016

Who Do Bookmakers Like More: A Republican or a Democrat as US President?

We’re not sure Hillary would do well at the sportsbooks rated here at Canadian Sports Betting. She hides stuff, deletes stuff, destroys stuff, doesn’t use secure devices and she has been in the middle of some shady business dealings in the past. The bookmakers we rate are the best in the business at keeping everything on the straight and narrow. Personal account registration, deposits, placing bets, and cashing out winnings, are all safe, simple and secure at the top ranked sportsbooks here at CSB. However, as Secretary Clinton admitted, she has used bad judgement here and there. The bookies would love to have her dough. Bill and Hill have piles of cash tucked away for a rainy day.

On the other hand, Donald works twitter like few others can. We are not saying it’s his hands; but it’s funny Jackson Browne’s classic "Rosie" is playing right now. He is just so fast punching in those letters and digits. He could work a politics betting board like a Maestro. That said, you can wager on Clinton taking the White House faster than Trump could tweet “I am suing everyone in America, trust me, not just Crocked Hillary, I mean everyone, that I can tell you, for a fact, believe me.” If you must bet this “rat race” please do so knowing that anything can still happen and that HRC isn’t a lock to win the (lottery) keys to the White House and Oval Office – yet - again? However, bettor's could bag a bonus at SIA and use the reward to take a flier backing Joe Biden with a Jackson eh?

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