Some in politics say experts are not worth listening to, but when it comes to betting on the US election it may be worth paying attention to someone who trades these markets for a living. There’s no one better informed than Paul Krishnamurty, who predicts a landslide win for Biden but feels Trump’s performance in the final debate was his best ever. Information correct at the time of writing. VisitBetfair Exchange for the latest US presidential election odds.
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“I've watched every single Trump debate since the summer of 2015. This was easily his best-ever performance, the first time he's ever been disciplined. It may well help with that important segment of voters that lean Republican, have conservative instincts, yet can't abide their erratic, anarchic leader. This, then, was the candidates’ final chance to size each other up, convey their message to a nation and score points over their rivals and UFABET เว็บตรง with their opponent muted while they were speaking, it was a complete success in the eyes of both men.
Any slight gains for Trump in any sphere will be treated very seriously by the Biden team, who are doing their best to avoid complacency among their supporters, urging them to get out and UFABET ทางเข้า vote. It’s worth remembering that at this point the betting gave Hillary Clinton a much better chance of victory with a week to go until polling day, making her 4/11 to win and Trump 14/5 . Krishnamurty said, “Set against the vitriolic climate in US politics in recent years, the final debate was a triumph. Arguments were clearly stated and the discussion illuminated the vast differences in philosophy and agendas between the candidates.