Paddy Power places odds on President Trump angrily tweeting Nicola Sturgeon after she warns him not to come to Scotland to play golf

Betting group Paddy Power are laying down odds on what Donald Trump will do after his Presidency ends.

The First Minister warned on Tuesday that she does not count travelling to play golf as essential, and therefor should Mr Trump’s attempt a trip to Scotland, it would breach Covid guidelines.

This came after an anonymous source from Prestwick Airport said that an American military version of the Boeing 757 is scheduled to arrive at the airport on January 19.

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This plane is often used by the Vice-President and the First Lady.

Paddy Power has put odds on Trump angrily tweeting Nicola Sturgeon.
Paddy Power has put odds on Trump angrily tweeting Nicola Sturgeon.

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The exiting President is priced at 12/1 by Paddy Power to angrily tweet Nicola Sturgeon after her comments.

They are also taking bets on which golf course in either the USA or around the world Mr Trump may head to so as not to attend the inauguration of Joe Biden.

A spokesperson from Paddy Power said: “Since losing the 2020 election, Donald Trump has spent most of his time on the golf course, so one more day of golfing surely can’t hurt?

“And as Nicola Sturgeon denies his chances of coming into Scotland for a round or two, we predict that could mean he will avoid the country altogether in 2021. The Scottish people should be so lucky…”

Donald Trump lost the 2020 US Election in November after a record number of votes were cast.

Mr Trump has continued to claim that the victory of Mr Biden was fraudulent, despite not yet providing any evidence of this.

He has announced that he will never concede.

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