After the White House admitted this week that classified documents were kept at President Joe Biden's Washington, D.C., offices and at his home in Wilmington, Del., one sportsbook is offering bettors a chance to place wagers on where Biden's next document trove will be discovered.
Sports betting site Bovada is taking bets on 14 possible locations where a possible third batch of classified documents linked to Biden might be found. The most likely location, according to the site's oddsmakers, is the Biden family's holiday home in Rehoboth Beach, Del. But the site is taking bets on far more unlikely locations for classified documents to turn up, including the Washington, D.C., Metro, a private jet, and Disney World.
The site weighed in on the documents scandal after the White House on Monday revealed that classified documents were found at offices of the Penn Biden Center in D.C. Then, on Thursday, the administration confirmed that another set of classified documents was kept in the president's garage at his home in Wilmington, after which Attorney General Merrick Garland announced he would appoint a special counsel to investigate the matter.
Biden, who criticized former president Donald Trump as "irresponsible" for keeping classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago home, said he was "surprised" to learn government documents were found in his D.C. office.
Other long-odds locations for Biden document troves Bovada accepts wagers for include Buckingham Palace, the Grand Canyon, and in an envelope at the Oscars.
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