Irish Bookies Reckon That Trump Will Not Serve A Full Term

Irish Bookies Reckon That Trump Will Not Serve A Full Term


Last Christmas, in this radio interview, the editor of Old Moore’s Almanac said that Old Moore predicted that Trump would not serve out his full term. And it seems the bookies are in agreement.

Donald Trump is only 105 days as President of the United States and Boylesports say, “Already it’s looking as though he won’t see out his four years as president.”


BoyleSports reports sustained support for the billionaire business man not to see out his full term at 4/7, whilst numerous bets have also been placed on Trump not to be president on January 1st 2018, seeing the price cut into 11/4 from 7/2 over the past 24 hours.

BoyleSports is also offering 8/1 that Trump will divorce his current wife, Melania, in 2017. This is interesting in light of the fact that Old Moore has also predicted marraige trouble for the Trumps this year.

Trump is odds on at 5/6 to pay an official state visit to Ireland in 2017 also. Former US President, Barack Obama to open legal proceedings against Trump isn’t out of the question either at 7/4.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson said, “Donald Trump is barely over the honeymoon period of being 100 days as President of the United States and already his future doesn’t look optimistic with punters backing him not to serve his full term and even going all out not to see him in the White House on January 1st 2018. Ireland might not want Trump to pay a visit in 2017, but at odds of 5/6 it now looks like the US President will be touching down in the Emerald Isle on a state visit before the year is out.”

Donald J Trump Specials

Trump to Not Serve a Full Term – 4/7
Trump To Have an Official State Visit To Ireland in 2017 – 5/6
Barack Obama to open legal proceedings vs Donald Trump before 01/01/2018 – 7/4
Trump not to be US President on Jan 1st 2018 – 11/4
Trump to divorce Melania in 2017 – 8/1



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