You can bet on literally anything these days, thanks to the internet, and even though it’s only 2017, you can already bet on the 2020 presidential election.
I wouldn’t advise betting on the 2020 election, because four years ago, you probably wouldn’t have bet on Donald Trump to win. But with celebrities now apparently in the running for a job they have few qualifications for, BetOnline is covering its bases and giving you ample options. That includes Kanye West and Mark Cuban, among others.
Here’s the full list of odds from BetOnline:
|Potential Candidate||Odds||Potential Candidate||Odds|
|Donald Trump||11/4||Mark Cuban||33/1|
|Mike Pence||9/2||Michael Bloomberg||33/1|
|Elizabeth Warren||8/1||Amy Klobuchar||33/1|
|Michelle Obama||12/1||Marco Rubio||33/1|
|Cory Booker||20/1||Stephen Colbert||50/1|
|Hillary Clinton||25/1||Jon Stewart||50/1|
|Joe Biden||25/1||Elon Musk||50/1|
|Andrew Cuomo||25/1||John Kasich||66/1|
|Bernie Sanders||28/1||Ted Cruz||66/1|
|Paul Ryan||28/1||Will Smith||66/1|
|Julian Castro||33/1||Kanye West||100/1|
These numbers seem a bit suspect. Without getting too political, I’d say there is roughly no chance that Hillary Clinton runs again, and that Senate Democrats like Kamala Harris and Kirsten Gillibrand have better odds than most of the Democrats on the list, but still, these are things you can actually bet on.
I doubt Kanye West is going to be President, but I also doubted that Donald Trump could be President, so who knows.
Also of note: Ted Cruz is tied or behind five Democratic celebrities. Ted Cruz can’t stop taking Ls.