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Despite recent headlines that have put President Trump in a negative light, the odds of Trump being re-elected have surged recently, according to a leading online gambling site that has released the 2020 presidential odds.

Also, BetOnline.ag said that more gamblers are wagering a Trump victory than any of the other 45 competitors listed on the site.

Currently they have Trump listed as a 3/2 bet to win. The next closest challenger is California Senator Kamala Harris, who is listed at 10-1.

Crooked Hillary Clinton is still on the board, listed at 66-1. Other notables include Dwayne "The Rock Johnson at 50-1, Crooked Hillary Clinton at 66-1, Social Crackpot Bernie Sanders at 14-1 and Creepy Joe Biden at 16-1.

According to the BetOnline.ag Brand Manager Dave Mason, the odds of a Trump presidential win in 2020 have moved around between +275 in April to +130 only a few weeks ago.

Per Washington Examiner:

"We still have a huge exposure on Trump," he said. “There are more bets on Trump than all of the other names on the 2020 election list, combined,” he added in a statement.

"Trump's poll numbers really don’t slow people from betting on him. It doesn’t matter what he does/tweet/who he offends. Bettors are still pounding him at plus money," says Mason.

Here are the complete 2020 election odds, per BetOnline.ag:

Donald Trump 3/2

Kamala Harris 10/1

Bernie Sanders 14/1

Joe Biden 16/1

Mike Pence 16/1

Elizabeth Warren 20/1

Cory Booker 25/1

Kirsten Gillibrand 25/1

Bob Iger 33/1

Howard Schultz 33/1

Oprah Winfrey 33/1

Tom Steyer 33/1

Andrew Cuomo 40/1

Michelle Obama 40/1

Paul Ryan 40/1

Amy Klobuchar 50/1

Ben Shapiro 50/1

Dwayne The Rock Johnson 50/1

Jamie Dimon 50/1

Joe Kennedy III 50/1

Julian Castro 50/1

Michael Bloomberg 50/1

Nikki Haley 50/1

Orrin Hatch 50/1

Tom Wolf 50/1

Hillary Clinton 66/1

John Kasich 66/1

Mark Cuban 66/1

Tulsi Gabbard 66/1

Caroline Kennedy 100/1

Clay Travis 100/1

George Clooney 100/1

Ivanka Trump 100/1

Jon Stewart 100/1

Leonardo DiCaprio 100/1

Mark Zuckerberg 100/1

Rand Paul 100/1

Terry McAuliffe 100/1

Marco Rubio 125/1

Ted Cruz 125/1

Bill Gates 150/1

Kanye West 150/1

Stephen Colbert 150/1

Steve Bannon 150/1

LaVar Ball 250/1

Will Smith 250/1

There are some funny ones on there, aren't there? Who's your favorite wacko who is on the presidential odds list? Imagine a debate with Kanye West vs. Stephen Colbert.

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