President Donald Trump’s White House has seen an unusually high level of turnover, and now Las Vegas is getting a piece of the action. Online bookie BetDSI has started offering odds on which member of the Trump administration will be the next to resign or get fired.

The current odds, as posted on BetDSI’s website, have National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster (+150) and Attorney General Jeff Sessions (+175) as the most likely to have their heads on the metaphorical chopping block.

Other notable names on the list include Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (+600), Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis (+800), EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt (+1000), FCC Chairman Ajit Pai (+1200), HUD Secretary Ben Carson (+1500), Chief of Staff John Kelly (+1500), Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (+1600), Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin (+1800), Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos (+2000), and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley (+2500). Vice President Mike Pence ends the list with odds set at +5000.

BetDSI issued a statement through their media relations firm about the list:

Due to the ongoing turnover we’ve seen thus far in the Trump Administration, no member on this list can feel particularly safe in their position. And as a result, it’s difficult for our oddsmakers to assign any candidate here higher than 50-1 odds.

Who do you think will be next out the door?

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