Biden Vs. Trump: 10 Best Prop Bets For The First 2020 Presidential Debate

Will Joe Biden or Donald Trump curse during the Sept. 29 debate? Who will take the first drink of water?

What are the odds Trump will walk to the podium wearing a mask?

On Tuesday, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Biden and incumbent Republican Trump will go toe-to-toe in the first presidential debate.

Oddsmakers have a large menu of proposition bets in store to make the debate all the more interesting.

The Presidential Debate Details 

The debate will take place at 9 p.m. ET Tuesday at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fox News will be broadcasting the debate and Chris Wallace, anchor of Fox News Sunday, is set to moderate.

The debate is being conducted with an audience, and attendees are required to get a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event.

2020 Debate Topics

This first debate will see six topics discussed, according to the Commission on Presidential Debates

  • Supreme Court nominations
  • The COVID-19 pandemic
  • The U.S. economy
  • Integrity of the election
  • Race in America
  • Their records on miscellaneous issues

Each topic will receive 15 minutes of debate time. No commercial breaks will be held. 

A discussion on Trump’s tax returns is likely to make it on air Tuesday.

On Sunday, the New York Times published a story revealing Trump paid $750 in U.S. income taxes in 2016 and 2017.

2020 Debate Prop Bets

The following are the most fascinating prop bets available for the Sept. 29 presidential debate.

How many times will Biden say “750”?

Over 1.5: -140

Under 1.5: +100

What will be said first by Biden or Trump?

Racism: +150

Police: +200

Violence: +300

Protest: +400

Black Lives Matter: +500

What will Biden say first?

Come on man: -120

Scranton: -120

What will Trump say first?

Fake news: -140

China virus: EVEN

What will Trump say first?

Drug test: -150

Sleepy: +110

Who will take the first drink of water?

Biden: -130

Trump: -110

Will Biden or Trump curse?

Yes: +200

No: -300

Will Biden or Trump refuse to answer a question?

Yes: +200

No: -300

Will Biden walk to the podium wearing a mask?

Yes: -300

No: +200

Will Trump walk to the podium wearing a mask?

Yes: +275

No: -475

Props are courtesy of BetOnline, Heritage Sportsbook, Intertops, YouWager, JustBet and BookMaker.

President Donald Trump at Joint Base Andrews on Thursday, Sept. 17. White House photo by Shealah Craighead. 

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