Can Donald Trump Win The 2024 US Election?

Can Donald Trump Win The 2024 US Election?
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Donald Trump has seen his chances of winning the 2024 US election slump to a record low as his 2020 campaign for re-election flounders.

President Trump is currently battling Democratic candidate Joe Biden for the upcoming US election this November.

The incumbent – who stunned analysts by beating Hilary Clinton in the 2016 race – is around 10 points behind Biden in the polls.

And while Trump has seen his US election odds rocked by a failure to gain traction among voters this year, he also appears increasingly unlikely to win in 2024.

Presidents can only serve two terms in the United States, which means Trump could push for a return to the White House in four years’ time, should he lose to Biden in 2020.

Trump 2024 Odds Expand

UK bookmakers Coral initially priced Trump at 16/1 to win the 2024 US election – a competitive figure considering he has a shot at winning this time around, which would in turn see the president serve his second and final term.

But even while Biden soars high in the polls this autumn, Trump’s odds in 2024 are spiralling. He is now 20/1 to win the next-but-one election, at which point he would be 78 years old.



Remarkably, however, there appears to be faith in another Trump name picking up from the man himself. BoyleSports have priced a Trump family member at 6/1 to win in 2024 – a drop from 25/1 when the bookmaker opened their market in the summer.

Ivanka Trump is currently 25/1 to win that election, while Donald Trump Jr is 33/1. Neither have any experience in front-line politics but have worked for the Trump campaign ever since their father announced his decision to run against Clinton back in 2015.

The shift in these markets indicates that voters are unlikely to have seen the last of the Trump brand, should the current president lose to Biden on November 3.

2024 Democratic Nominee

As for who could win from the Democrat side, Biden is 5/1 to earn what could be a second term in the White House. Barack Obama’s former vice president is currently 8/15 to beat Trump this autumn and he is the favourite to win again four years later.

However, Biden’s presidential running mate Kamala Harris is also well priced at 6/1. Biden himself is 77 and there are rumblings that Harris could take over the mantle by the end of the next presidential cycle.

What’s more, Harris could end up battling Mike Pence – Trump’s current VP – for the White House in 2024. Pence is 5/1 to win that election, but the 61-year-old would likely have to fend off a Trump family member in order to gain the Republican nomination.

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