Donald Trump’s odds of serving a second term as President of the United States are now at their shortest ever price.
The 71-year-old is now just 6/4 to serve a second term in the White House following his historic summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore.
That puts him streaks ahead of his nearest competitor, Democrat Bernie Sanders, who is considered a 12/1 chance to gain the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
And the good news doesn’t end there for Trump.
The incumbent US President is also 6/4 to land the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize – either alone or with others.
It’s a slightly longer 10/1 that he replicates Barrack Obama’s achievement from 2009 and wins the award outright by himself.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Love him or loathe him, Trump has made history where others have failed. We’ve been left with little option but to slash his odds of landing both the Nobel Peace Prize and serving a second term in the White House.”
Ladbrokes Latest Betting:
Nobel Peace Prize winner 2018
Kim Jong-un + Moon Jae-in – even-money
Donald Trump (Alone Or With Any Others)- 6/4
Donald Trump (alone) – 10/1
UNHCR – 10/1
Carlos Puigdemont – 12/1
US Presidential Winner 2020
Donald Trump – 6/4
Bernie Sanders – 12/1
Joe Biden – 12/1
Kamala Harris – 12/1
Elizabeth Warren – 16/1
Mike Pence – 16/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing