Jun 17, 2016

Best Odds For Donald Trump's Vice President, From Jeff Sessions to Sarah Palin (Photos) - Particle News

It's almost time for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump to select his running mate. Luckily, online gambling site Bovada has posted the odds for the Top 10 candidates, featuring everyone from big names such as Newt Gingrich and Sarah Palin to current Trump rivals such as John Kasich. Check out who is the favorite and who could surprise Republican voters. Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions...

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