Donald Trump and Melania divorce rumours lead to odds being slashed on Melania filing for divorce
- Speculation that Melania Trump is ready to file for divorce following President's US Election loss
- Former aide claims Melania "counting every minute" until Trump leaves office
- Bookmakers offering odds on Melania divorcing President by the end of 2020!
There has been intense media speculation over Donald Trump’s marriage to Melania following the US President's recent election loss to President-elect Joe Biden, leading to bookmakers opening a market on Melania filing for divorce before the end of 2020.
Although President Trump has so far refused to concede following his Election defeat, the inauguration of Joe Biden is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, January 20th 2021.
Despite insisting - without evidence - that the election was rigged, Trump is set to leave the White House in the New Year, and a former aide of Melania's has this week been quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror that she is "counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce."
That has led to bookmaker Betwinner offering odds of 9/2 (5.5) that Melania files for divorce before the end of next year.
Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former assistant in the Trump administration, claimed that their marriage was in trouble as far back as 2018.
"If Melania were to try and pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he’s in office, he would find a way to punish her," she was quoted as saying.
The claim has been denied by the First Lady’s spokesperson.
The Betwinner market on Melania filing for divorce is just one of a number of Trump-related betting specials currently available at this sportsbook.
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