Bet on the President of the United States in the 2020 election, and you may get a bet you won’t win.
In a new video released by the online casino site Alpha Betas, a man named James says he will bet $10,000 on Trump becoming president in 2020.
The man, who goes by the name James, says he has been active on Alpha Bet, a betting site for gamers and others who are interested in betting on sports.
He’s also been active with other sports betting sites.
But James says Alpha Bet is different than other online casinos.
He says he doesn’t want to make any bets on any future presidential election, which is why he is making his bet now.
He hopes to make $1 million, and he will be on the first page of the video, which shows a countdown clock on a table with Trump in it.
Alpha Bet says it will be showing live betting on the 2020 presidential election in the U.S. and the first states of Indiana and New York.
In addition to betting on Trump, James will also be playing for $100 on the 2018 midterm elections.
Alpha bets have also been used in some states to fund conservative causes.
In North Dakota, for example, a state lawmaker, Dan Wiesenfeld, has spent millions of dollars to promote a Republican candidate and run against Democratic incumbent Kay Bailey Hutchison.
The conservative lawmaker, who is running for the state’s U.T.O. seat, is a member of the State Policy Network, a conservative think tank that advocates for the conservative agenda.
James is not the first person to bet $1 on the next president.
In December, a video of a man who goes only by the nickname The Red Shirt posted on YouTube showed him betting $1,000 to see who would become president in 2018.
That man, named James, was also a member on AlphaBet.