Donald Trump’s odds to be the next US President have drifted to their biggest price since April.
The Republican candidate was 5/4 to win the race to the White House shortly before the first TV debate with rival Hillary Clinton, but has seen his odds drift alarmingly in the past three weeks to 4/1.
An astonishing 95 per cent of all bets on the next POTUS market have been for Clinton since the revelation of Trump’s ‘locker room’ recordings last Friday.
Clinton has hardened to 2/11 favourite – the shortest price she has ever been with the bookies.
David Williams of Ladbrokes said: “Punters have deserted Trump in their droves. In betting terms he’s had a catastrophic month and his chances of making President are hanging on by a thread.”
Trump is 16/1 to win by 10 per cent or more, the same price as Barack Obama still sitting President come February 1 2017.
You can also get 16/1 with the bookies on anyone other than Trump or Clinton winning the election.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing