Pauline Hanson set to attend Donald Trump’s Inauguration

Posted by on 16/1/2017
Filled in: Betting News

If you were looking for a list of Australian dignitaries to invite to your Presidential Inauguration, Pauline Hanson wouldn’t exactly be top of your list now would she?

  • Sportsbet make it a $1.87 chance that Pauline Hanson will attend Donald Trump’s inauguration.
  • She’s tipped to wear a dress but there are large prices on offer for a burka or capirote.
  • Trump is a $7.00 chance to mention the Queenslander in his speech.

But then this is Donald Trump and nothing is conventional, so the bigoted red head has snagged a plus one and is a $1.87 chance to attend according to

The online bookie is also offering odds on Pauline’s choice of attire, with a dress the obvious $1.87 favourite ahead of a jump suit on $4.00.

More interesting choices for Hanson could be a capirote, burka or maybe even a devil’s costume – all offered at odds of $501.

“We’re tipping Pauline will accept the invite and dine with the devil so she’d be at home going with a devil’s costume to be frank,’’ said’s Will Byrne.


Markets courtesy of

Will Pauline Hanson attend Donald Trump’s Inauguration?

$1.87 Yes

$1.87 No

What will she wear to the ceremony?

$1.87 Dress

$4.00 Jump Suit

$5.00 Pant Suit

$34 Jeans, vest and Cowboy hat

$51 Flannel shirt and jeans

$501 Capirote

$501 Hijab

$501 Niqab

$501 Burka

$501 Devil’s Costume

$501 Suit and Donald Trump Toupee


Colour of Pauline Hanson’s Dress

$3.00 Blue

$4.00 Black

$5.00 White

$7.50 Red

$7.50 Yellow

$9.00 Green

$16.00 Australian Flag Print

$26.00 Star spangled banner print

Pauline Hanson Futures

$7.00 Donald Trump to acknowledge Pauline Hanson in his inauguration speech

$21 Pauline Hanson to give a speech during the inauguration ceremony

$1,001 Donald Trump to announce that he and Pauline Hanson are the devil’s spawn sent to destroy the earth

Imagine what you could be buying instead.
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