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Colin Kaepernick, Donald Trump have same odds to win Time’s Person of the Year

Time magazine announced its curt list of 2017 Person of the Year finalists going approximately for Monday, and along amid them is Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback whose encumbrance of social injustice during the national anthem last season garnered national attention and arguably cost him his job.

Kaepernick is allied upon the list of 10 finalists by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed crate Salman, U.S. President Donald Trump, Chinese President XI Jinping, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Dreamers and the #MeToo doings participants.

Kaepernick and Trump are tied at 4-to-1 for the second-best odds, per gambling website Bovada. The #MeToo ruckus, which includes victims of sexual harassment who have shared their stories, is the 3-to-1 odds-upon favorite to win Times annual adore. Here are Bovadas odds for the pinnacle-five finalists:

#MeToo: +300

Kaepernick: +400 Trump: +400 Mohammed bin Salman: +700 Kim Jong Un: +900

The Kaepernick/Trump effective is especially attractive, by now the two have found themselves separated on top of the adding occurring 15 months. The ex-Niners QB has called the president a proven liar whos openly racist, and Trump has boasted that hes the excuse Kaepernick is unemployed, wise maxim he should locate a country that works enlarged for him and referring to protesters plus him as sons of bitches.

Trump, of course, spent his Thanksgiving claiming that he should win the malleability:

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