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BookMaker.eu posts odds on Total Number of Trump’s Lies

  • The Washington Post Fact Checker recently reported that President Trump has surpassed 10,000 false statements since taking office.
  • Oddsmaker Bookmaker.eu has released odds on the total number of false statements President Trump will make on or before November 3, 2020.

You can now wager on the total number of falsehoods that President Trump will make on or before November 3rd, 2020. According to the Washington Post, Trump has made over 10,000 ‘falsehoods’ since his time as President. Oddsmakers at online betting site, BookMaker.eu, have come up with an Over/Under total of 22,500 falsehoods up until election day.

Republicans may think that number is too high, but they can always bet the UNDER. If you are a Democrat, you can put you’re money where your mouth is and bet the OVER. Either way, it will make the run up to election a little bit more interesting for gamblers.

You can view the latest odds here.

Total number of false statements (as per Washington Post Fact Checker) made by Donald Trump on or before November 3rd, 2020

Over 22,500 -115

Under 22,500 -115

“It’s a high number, as it took 828 days for President Trump to get to 10,111 false statements,” said BookMaker Political oddsmaker, Rick Malone. “However there has been a dramatic increase in the number of false statements in the recent months.”

According to the Washington Post Trump has gone from an average of 8 false statements a day in his first 100 days to 23 falsehoods a day in the last 7 months.

“As the number of speeches and interviews has increased so has the overall number of false statements,” Malone said. “22,500 may be too high of a number, but as we head into the upcoming election, between political rallies and debates there should be ample opportunity for the President to shatter surpass this total. If anyone can do it, it’s President Trump.”

Sara Spencer
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