Anticipation is building for Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at Thursday’s Republican National Convention, so much so that the public has an opportunity to wager on it. Online sportsbooks have provided betting odds regarding what the 2016 presidential nominee will say at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.

With Hillary Clinton certain to be a prominent topic of Trump’s speech, there are multiple prop bets concerning the Democratic nominee. has listed the odds of the presumptive GOP nominee referring to Clinton as “Crooked Hillary” at -180. The betting website also favors Trump mentioning Clinton (-700) before he mentions Bernie Sanders (+400).

Trump is expected to reference Sen. Ted Cruz's speech on Wednesday which didn't include an endorsement of the Republican nominee. Trump has been given -220 odds to say “Lying Ted.”

There are props regarding the probability that Trump will discuss Black Lives Matter, Obamacare, Stephen Colbert and even LeBron James. Bettors who wager that Trump won’t say “Erdogan” can win $300 by risking $100.

With the election less than four months away, Clinton is a -240 favorite to win the election. Just two weeks ago, she had -340 betting odds.

Below is the complete list of prop bets for Trump’s speech, courtesy of

Donald Trump Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters in Charleston, West Virginia, May 5, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Chris Tilley

Trump says: "Black lives matter"

Yes   +175 (7/4)

No     -250 (2/5)

Trump says: "China" 2 or more times

Yes   +120 (6/5)

No     -160 (5/8)

Trump says: "Crooked Hillary"

Yes   -180 (5/9)

No     +140 (7/5)

Trump says: "Erdogan"

Yes   +200 (2/1)

No     -300 (1/3)

Trump says: "LeBron James"

Yes   +150 (3/2)

No     -200 (1/2)

Trump says: "Lying Ted"

Yes   -220 (5/11)

No     +160 (8/5)

Trump says: "NAFTA"

Yes   +175 (7/4)

No     -250 (2/5)

Trump says: "Obamacare"

Yes   -700 (1/7)

No     +400 (4/1)

Trump says: "Stephen Colbert"

Yes   +200 (2/1)

No     -300 (1/3)

Who will Trump mention first?

Clinton  -700 (1/7)

Sanders +400 (4/1)