Bet on Next to Go in Trump Administration: Gorka, Pense Favorites

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With Stephen Bannon now gone from the Trump Administration (whether he resigned or was fired is still up for debate), oddsmakers are now licking their chops to offer odds on who will be next to go.  The problem?  It’s all happening way to fast for the oddsmakers to even get them up.

Dave Mason at BetOnline had offered odds on “What Will Happen First” featuring Stephen Bannon leaving the White House at -205 over Colin Kaepernick joining an NFL team (+160).  Bannon backers won!!!!

Mason and the crew are way to busy focusing on the upcoming Mayweather-McGregor fight, College Football, NFL, Premier League Football, all the stuff that typically matters this time of year.

Alas, we have President Donald Trump in office and Mason is left trying to figure out the latest odds offerings on who will be ousted (or “resign”) next.

Let’s help out here. has made Sebastian Gorka the 1/3 favorite.  Stephen Miller would come in at 2/1, Kellyanne Conway 6/1, Mike Pense 15/1.  These odds are pre-offers with requests welcome at BetOnline via Dave Mason’s Twitter page with its over 27,000 followers.

Alas, there are still plenty of political betting odds to be found at BetOnline so check them out here.

- Jagajeet Chiba,

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