Donald Trump: ‘I Don’t Like The Odds’ Of Powerball

A sign for the Powerball jackpot is seen at the Sunnybrook Tavern and Liquor Store, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016 in Fort Washington, Md. The estimated Powerball jackpot was holding steady at $1.5 billion just hours ahead of Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, night's drawing, though same-day ticket sales could push the …
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hasn’t bought a Powerball ticket and doesn’t plan to.

“I don’t like the odds, but somebody is going to be very happy certainly,” Trump replied when asked by Boston Radio host Howie Carr if the billionaire was playing the multi-state lottery with a total pool of $1.5 billion.

Trump explained that he hadn’t had any time to stop and buy a ticket, but hinted that he might have a chance to stop somewhere on the way to a rally tonight in Pensacola, Florida.

“We’re going to have a tremendous amount of people tonight and it’s amazing,” he said.


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