Betting site drops Trump's impeachment odds after Comey hearing

President Trump's odds of being impeached have dropped, according to a popular online betting site.

U.K. website Ladbrokes has cut its odds for Trump removal from office. This change comes right after James Comey testified to Congress, with a lack of evidence the president had obstructed justice.

Since his election, Trump's place in office has been an extremely popular subject for betting.

Donald Trump Jr. responds to Comey hearing:

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Kind of a big deal... No? https://t.co/dZDu7rK8Hy
1/3 Flynn stuff is BS in context 2 guys talking about a guy they both know well. I hear "I hope nothing happens but you have to do your job"
2/3 very far from any kind of coercion or influence and certainly not obstruction!
3/3 Knowing my father for 39 years when he "orders or tells" you to do something there is no ambiguity, you will know exactly what he means
Hoping and telling are two very different things, you would think that a guy like Comey would know that. #givemeabreak
Comey "I could be wrong"
So if he was a "Stronger guy" he might have actually followed procedure & the law? You were the director of the FBI, who are you kidding?😂
Did I miss something or did Comey just say he asked a friend to leak information to the press? Is this a joke?
Sen Blunt: If you told Sessions you didn't want to be alone with Trump again, why did you continue to take his calls?
Thanks James: Comey Debunks NYT report about Trump Campaign having repeated Russian contacts. https://t.co/YGKSFxaas3
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According to Betfair representative Lee Fair, so many people have bet in favor of impeachment, doing so would see almost no financial returnThings are changing, though.

Ladbrokes has Trump's impeachment marked at a 4 out of 7 chance, where it previously looked certain at a 4 out of 5.

Back in mid May, the president's impeachment odds for his first term were at 60 percent, according to Irish betting house Paddy Power.

For the first time in Trump's presidency last week support for the president to be impeached surpassed the percentage of Americans that approval of his job in office, according to Gallup.

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