Punters from both sides of the Atlantic are feeling the Trexit hype as they massively back Donald Trump to be impeached before his term runs out, in January 2021.
This has lead to a change in odds, as last month's 11/10 have fallen to 4/5, representing a 55.6% chance of Donald Trump not serving a full term. Needless to say, when he entered office last January, the percentage stood as low as 7%, at 1/9 odds.
However, whatever story the recent odds changes might say, Donald Trump remains the clear favorite to win the 2020 elections.
Do you think Donald Trump will manage to serve a full term or are we set for a Trexit?
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