DONALD J. Trump is closing in on arch-rival Joe Biden in the U.S. Presidential Election betting markets – becoming the only candidate with single-digit odds, Politicalite.com can exclusively reveal.
Industry sources told Politicalite that Mr Trump is currently at 3-8 with Joe Biden on 3-4 to win the 2024 Presidential Election.
With the 2024 Presidential Election looming on the horizon, speculation is already beginning to mount about who will be the Republican nominee. One of the names that is being frequently mentioned is Donald Trump – he’s already confirmed he plans to run again and it’s about to become the greatest show on earth.
Despite having left office in January 2021, Donald Trump continues to be a major figure in the Republican party, and is a huge political figure among rust belt MAGA voters and many believe that he may win in the race for White House, to settle the 2020 score.
Donald Trump has recently been proved right about the origins of Covid-19 – and is the only candidate seen as a strong-man against Russian aggressor Mad Vlad – Mr Trump also has the lead with the silent majority to take on the Globalist establishment and win it for the people.
Donald Trump’s candidacy would be sure to divide opinion, with those in favor of his policies and approach to politics likely to support him, and those against his policies likely to oppose him. Trump’s ability to win over large numbers of voters with his fiery rhetoric and bold promises is well-known, and it is something that could prove to be a significant factor in the 2024 Presidential Election.
The Trump campaign could also benefit from the fact that Republicans have seen a surge in support in recent months, particularly in the wake of the 2020 election. In addition, the Republican party itself has become increasingly unified and cohesive under Trump’s leadership. This could give Trump the edge he needs to win the nomination and the election.
Whatever happens in the 2024 Presidential Election, Donald Trump is sure to remain a major figure in the Republican party and American politics for years to come.