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>> Serve, protect, and defend.>> He's been in office less than two weeks but Britains are already putting money down on when US President Trump will be out. Hundreds betting he won't last a year. The division over his policies a godsend for bookmakers.>> It's incredible how many people are taking 4/1 of about him being replaced this year.
And even the 11/10 on him being impeached or resign during his first term. And when you think historically, this would be incredibly unusual. There's only one president in recent history who's left under those sort of circumstances. That was Nixon. So yes, amazing how little faith people have in him being able to last his full term.
>> Among the blackboard of Trump specials on offer at this shop in London, a wager on the former reality TV star serving a full two terms in office. And odds on Trump's planned state visit to Britain being canceled. Over 1.7 million people have signed a petition calling for the visit to be canned to avoid embarrassing Queen Elizabeth.
Lawmakers will debate it on February 20th.>> That was 5/1 at the start of the week that the visit would be cancelled, down to 5/2 already, so a lot of money being placed on that happening. And the best case scenario for Trump? Well, he serves two full terms and 4/1, historically that's a pretty generous price.
Problem is you've gotta wait eight years to get paid out for that.>> With thousands of pounds being laid down on various offers, bookmakers are hoping America's turbulent politics won't calm down any time soon.