Vegas is betting on Trump announcing his run for President during his CPAC speech.
Vegas is betting on Former President Donald Trump announcing his 2024 election bid during his highly-anticipated speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, according to Fortune.
The former president will be making his first public appearance since leaving the White House last month.
He is expected to use the speech to talk about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative moment and criticize President Joe Biden’s efforts to undo his immigration policies, Reuters reported last week.
But the big question remains whether Trump will use his time on stage to announce his run for president in the 2024 election.
As of Friday morning, those odds were 4 to 5, according to betting aggregators US-Bookies.com. This suggests that 55.6% implied the probability that Trump would put his name on the list.
“The betting markets seem confident that Trump will declare his candidacy during his speech, but not so much that he’ll be doing so as a member of a party that isn’t the GOP,” said a US-Bookies spokesperson according to Fortune. “The odds of Trump running in 2024 and not representing the Republican party are 4 to 1, which equates to just a 20% chance.”
Now, this does not line up with the reports which say he is not going to do this. These same reports do hint at him coming very close to doing that.
Our reports on Trump’s CPAC Speech:
Trump To Talk About The Future Of The GOP, Immigration At CPAC:
Trump Adviser Gives More Insight On Trump’s CPAC Speech:
This is a very fun story and one I wish would come true. I’m just very skeptical that Trump will use this CPAC speech to announce his run.
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