Wed, Oct 19, 5:47pm by Staff Writer
It’s turning Washington into Hollywood but the final presidential TV debate looks set to be a landslide victory for the democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton.
Online bookmaker Sportsbet is reporting that punters believe there’s only one winner, even before a single word has been spoken. A massive 85% of wagers are backing Hillary Clinton to win the third and final presidential debate which will hit our TV screens on Thursday at 12:00pm AEDT.
The surge of money president has seen the would-be first lady president come into $1.15 from $1.22 to win the debate. Trump is at the long odds of $5 to claim his first debate win but according to his supporters and the man himself, it’s rigged.
Trump continues to whine about rigged results and is a $8.50 chance to quit during the debate should things not go his way. Trump is also a $5.00 to actually become President with Clinton currently the $1.18 favourite.
The favourite has received several insults from Mr Trump along the campaign trail and in the debates, so much so that Sportsbet also has a market for the most popular insults for Trump to throw Clinton’s way. They are; crooked ($6), liar ($3) and the devil which has been backed from $34 to $11.
“According to our punters Trump won’t be shy with his usual insults but it’s Clinton who’s on course for a hat trick of debate wins,’’ said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne.
In yet another amazing twist to the story, Barack Obama’s half-brother Malik will show his support for Donald Trump at the third presidential debate in Las Vegas. The Kenyan-born man, who is also a U.S. citizen, announced in July he would vote for the Republican nominee.
The Third and final Presidential Debate 2016 is at 12:00 PM – 1:30pm AEDT on Thursday, October 20
Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au:
US Election Winner
$1.18 Hillary Clinton
$5.00 Donald Trump
Who will win the 3rd debate?
$1.15 Hillary Clinton (in from $1.22)
$5.00 Donald Trump (out from $4.00)
What will Trump call Clinton first?
$11 The Devil
3rd Presidential Debate Futures
$8.50 Donald Trump to quit during the live broadcast
$15 Donald Trump to not attend the 3rd Debate
$21 Hillary Clinton to take a drug test before the debate
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