- Vice president debate prop bets available at BetOnline
- The University of Utah hosts Wednesday, October 7 at 9 p.m. ET
- After President Trump's diagnosis, coronavirus is sure to dominate conversation
We’re less than a week removed from the first presidential debate and it feels like the world was turned upside down. Not even the fallout from the contentious exchange between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden could prepare the nation for what news would break 48 hours later. As we would later learn, President Trump was diagnosed and hospitalized with coronavirus. A deep dive into the political and media circus that followed is for another time, another day. For now, let’s keep our focus and attention on the upcoming vice presidential debate between current VP Mike Pence and Democratic challenger, Senator Kamala Harris. Just like last week’s presidential debate, online sportsbook BetOnline will offer up some creative prop bet odds for the evening’s festivities on the University of Utah campus.
|How to Watch the Pence-Harris Vice President Debate|
|Date: October 7, 2020, 9:00 p.m. ET|
|Location: Salt Lake City, UT | University of Utah|
|TV Coverage: National TV|
|Moderator: USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page|
|How to Bet: Best Online Sportsbook Reviews|
As if this highly anticipated primetime matchup wasn’t enough, we already have some campaign trash talk. Due to the coronavirus outbreak among many top White House administration officials, Harris’ campaign requested a plexiglass partition be added to the debate table to limit potential exposure between Vice President Pence and Senator Harris. Pence’s spokesperson Katie Miller clapped back with this gem:
“If Sen. Harris wants to use a fortress around herself, have at it,” Miller said. VP Pence later changed his mind and said he doesn’t want the plexiglass dividers.
It’s on! Here are the available vice president debate prop bet odds.
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