Tom Brady has 100-1 odds to become president in 2020

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There are plenty of people in America who are unhappy that Donald Trump is the president-elect. After all, he received fewer votes than his opponent, Hillary Clinton, but was bailed out by the archaic electoral college.

Regardless of what you think about Trump, he is going to be the president for the next four years so we have to get used to it.

What about in 2020, though?

Well, the folks in Las Vegas are already taking bets on who will win the election four years from now and there are some very interesting names on the list. While names you would expect like Trump, Vice President-elect Mike Pence, Paul Ryan, Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren, Corey Booker and many more are on the list, there are a few surprises.

Does anyone really think New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady could run against his good pal Donald Trump in the next election? No, but that didn’t stop Vegas from placing odds on the possibility.

If you’re willing to throw some money down the drain, Bovada is giving you 100-to-1 odds on the future Hall of Famer.

You can also bet on people like Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, WWE owner Vince McMahon, hip hop star Kanye West and entertainment icon Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

It’s quite the crew and you can check out the odds below:

  • Donald Trump                           2/1
  • Mike Pence                               10/1
  • Paul Ryan                                 10/1
  • Michelle Obama                        12/1
  • Tim Kaine                                  14/1
  • Elizabeth Warren                       14/1
  • Cory Booker                             20/1
  • Julian Castro                             20/1
  • Hillary Clinton                            20/1
  • Amy Klobuchar                         20/1
  • Bernie Sanders                          20/1
  • Joe Biden                                 33/1
  • Michael Bloomberg                   33/1
  • Catherine Cortez Masto              33/1
  • Ted Cruz                                   33/1
  • Kirsten Gillibrand                       33/1
  • Trey Gowdy                              33/1
  • Nikki Haley                                33/1
  • Kamala Harris                            33/1
  • Marco Rubio                             33/1
  • John Kasich                              40/1
  • Jeb Bush                                  50/1
  • Tammy Duckworth                     50/1
  • Martin O’Malley                         50/1
  • Mitt Romney                             50/1
  • Tom Brady                                100/1
  • Chelsea Clinton                         100/1
  • George Clooney                        100/1
  • Mark Cuban                              100/1
  • Leonardo DiCaprio                    100/1
  • John Hickenlooper                    100/1
  • Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson      100/1
  • Chris Murphy                             100/1
  • Rand Paul                                 100/1
  • Kanye West                              100/1
  • Kevin Spacey                            150/1
  • Jill Stein                                    300/1
  • Gary Johnson                           500/1
  • Kim Kardashian                         500/1
  • Vince McMahon                        500/1

If we make it through the next four years and some of these people really are presidential candidates, America seriously went off the rails under a Trump presidency.

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