Less than a month ago. Joe Biden’s campaign for the US Presidency looked to be dead in the water.
The 2020 United States presidential primaries are giving voters a sense of which candidates have the best chance of challenging for the White House later this year, with both Democratic and Republican races already taking shape across the nation. American Gambler has analysed primary election results and compared them with the biggest bets placed by the public thus far, both for and against each candidate.
Michael Bloomberg, 77-year-old-billionaire, is officially running for president of the United States of America in 2020. “To rebuild America and beat Trump”, as he puts it.
This past week in US politics the Republican campaign lost some footing in the potential re-election of President Donald Trump. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced she is stepping down from the Trump administration at the end of the month in a shocking twist after it had been over 90 days since she last daily press briefing.
America has an obsession with gambling. Over the years the billion-dollar industry has been considered one the country’s favorite pastimes as reflected by measured revenue.