Boris Johnson at 500/1 to be next US president as Impeachment trial risks Trump’s re-election?

Thursday 2nd January 2020

Donald J Trump is only the third US president to face impeachment proceedings, although for many it is no surprise.

In fact from the first day of his election to The White House, Trump had already established himself as a maverick politician on the campaign trail and it seemed that Americans were to see a new era of politics unfold.

Some have deemed his style populist, some erratic and chaotic and others narcissistic. However, although more White House staff have been fired than ever before and the president’s persistence to address the world stage through his twitter account, with less than  eloquent language, has been at best shocking and at worst infantile, he is still very popular with his grassroots support and leading the odds to secure the office for another term.

However, the Trump train has finally been contained, if not stopped, with the imminent trial by the Senate.

Having been found guilty by Congress of trying to block military aid to Ukraine in exchange for dirt on his political rival, Joe Biden, the second act unfolds in the upper chamber in the coming weeks.

Fortunately for Trump a two-thirds majority is required to convict him and with a Republican majority, it is very unlikely that he will be found guilty.

However, it seems that many White House officials were party to the phone conversation where Trump tried to bribe Ukraine’s Zelensky and although every effort was made to lock down the whole story, were outwitted by a concerned whistle-blower.

The inquiry in Congress had some impressive testimony from the likes of Bill Taylor the acting ambassador to the Ukraine who verified the Trump made military aid, and a visit to The White Hose conditional on information about Biden, which is the sort of citation that unnerves Republicans in an election  year.

Trump was found guilty of abusing power and obstructing Congress.

Although removing Trump from power seems unlikely in the sensate trial, there may be a sense among Republicans and the electorate at large, that Trump’s reign has finally run its course.

Trump’s allies control the Senate, but it is possible that they have had enough of trying to corral this maverick.

All across the US  media, there are programmes highlighting Trump’s increasingly chaotic behaviour, and while he may survive the Senate trial, many will be concerned about another five years of  erratic governance.


Many are hoping that Trump will actually take to the stand himself, which his narcissistic nature may be drawn to, because both Democrats and Republicans alike sense this is one way of the president curating his own demise, with his ridiculous rhetoric.

Interestingly Boris Johnson is at 500/1 to be next US president.


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Winner of US Presidential Election 2020

Donald Trump 5/6
Joe Biden 9/2
Bernie Sanders 13/2
Elizabeth Warren 9/1
Pete Buttigieg 13/1
Michael Bloomberg 16/1
Hillary Clinton 25/1
Andrew Yang 35/1
Amy Klobuchar 40/1
Mike Pence 40/1
Nikki Haley 50/1
Michelle Obama 66/1
Tulsi Gabbard 100/1
Mitt Romney 100/1
Cory Booker 125/1
Steve Bullock 150/1
John Kasich 150/1
Michael Bennet 150/1
Ray Dalio 150/1
William H Mcraven 150/1
Trey Gowdy 150/1
Julian Castro 150/1
Tom Steyer 150/1
Jeff Flake 175/1
Rand Paul 200/1
Bill Gates 200/1
Condoleezza Rice 200/1
Ted Cruz 200/1
James Mattis 200/1
Paul Ryan 200/1
Evan Mcmullin 200/1
Dwayne Johnson 200/1
Gary Johnson 200/1
Marianne Williamson 250/1
Kirsten Gillibrand 275/1
Marco Rubio 275/1
Howard Schultz 275/1
Jay Inslee 275/1
Seth Moulton 275/1
Jill Stein 300/1
Oscar De La Hoya 500/1
Wayne Messam 500/1
Jeb Bush 500/1
Jamie Dimon 500/1
Mark Cuban 500/1
Mike Gravel 500/1
Jason Kander 500/1
Ivanka Trump 500/1
Mitch Landrieu 500/1
Nancy Pelosi 500/1
Jared Kushner 500/1
Ann Coulter 500/1
Kevin Spacey 500/1
Marshall Mathers (Eminem) 500/1
Orrin Hatch 500/1
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 500/1
Beyonce 500/1
Tim Kaine 500/1
Leonardo Dicaprio 500/1
Tammy Duckworth 500/1
Marty Walsh 500/1
John Mcafee 500/1
Sherrod Brown 500/1
Caroline Kennedy 500/1
Beto Orourke 500/1
John Delaney 500/1
Andrew Gillum 500/1
Amanda Abbington 500/1
Sally Yates 500/1
Eric Holder 500/1
Al Franken 500/1
Rahm Emanuel 500/1
Neil Degrasse Tyson 500/1
Margaret Hassan 500/1
Richard Ojeda 500/1
Gavin Newsom 500/1
Bob Iger 500/1
Mitch Mcconnell 500/1
Michael Avenatti 500/1
James Comey 500/1
Boris Johnson 500/1
Oprah Winfrey 500/1
Ben Shapiro 500/1
Tim Ryan 500/1
Kanye West 500/1
Bill De Blasio 500/1
Vincent Viola 500/1
Rufus Gifford 500/1
Mark Zuckerberg 500/1
Eric Garcetti 500/1
Olivia Colman 500/1
Beto O'rourke 500/1
Philip Murphy 500/1
Stephanie Clifford (Stormy Daniels) 500/1
Catherine Cortez Masto 500/1
Patrick Deval 500/1
Andrew Cuomo 500/1
Eric Swalwell 500/1
Jeff Merkley 500/1
Kim Kardashian 500/1
George Clooney 500/1
Joe Kennedy Iii 500/1
Martin O'malley 500/1
Michael Avanetti 500/1
Chris Murphy 500/1
John Kerry 500/1
Kamala Harris 500/1
Tom Brady 500/1
Terry Mcauliffe 500/1
Steve Bannon 500/1
Angelina Jolie 500/1
Chelsea Clinton 500/1
Vince Mcmahon 500/1
John Hickenlooper 500/1
Meg Whitman 500/1

Winner of US Presidential Election 2020

54. Marshall Mathers (Eminem)
94. Stephanie Clifford (Stormy Daniels)
Odds correct as of 8th Jan, 12:54 . Odds are subject to change.
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