In November, I bet an anonymous EconLog reader:

If Donald
Trump resigns, is removed  by the Senate after impeachment, or otherwise
is permanently removed as per the the 25th Amendment, or if it never happens
that he takes the Oath of office as POTUS on Jan 20, 2017, the BC owes [redacted] $350.
Otherwise, [redacted] owes BC $100″.

When re-reading the bet, however, I realized that I omitted a key understanding of the bet.  After consulting with my partner, we’ve amended the terms to reflect our original intent.  It now reads:

If Donald
Trump dies in office, resigns, is removed  by the Senate after impeachment, or otherwise
is permanently removed as per the the 25th Amendment, or if it never happens
that he takes the Oath of office as POTUS on Jan 20, 2017, the BC owes [redacted] $350.
Otherwise, [redacted] owes BC $100″.

Note that this revision is entirely adverse to my interests.  In fact, as I said before, I think Trump’s death is my most probable losing scenario.