The Week in Trump has 65 Percent of Brit Bettors Saying He Won't Last Past 1st Term

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Jul/30/2017

While the British oddsmakers have US President Donald Trump only a slight favorite to be impeached or voluntarily leave office before his 1st term is up in 2020, 65 percent of those placing wagers on this market support the notion that Trump won’t last.

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The last week of Trump was probably not his best (or was the best depending on how one looks at it).  Banning transgenders from the military, a new communications director whose every other word had to be bleeped by the mainstream press, the resignation of a cabinet member and White House spokesperson and a speech at the annual Boy Scout Jamboree that had us counting the days until the new season of SNL begins airing.  At least there was Dylan (AKA “Pickle”).

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