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US President Donald Trump has been listed by bookmarkers as a long-shot candidate to replace popular and recently deceased Alex Trebek as the host of the long-running game show "Jeopardy!"
Trump's name was found online in a list of 30 possible people to replace Trebek, who unfortunately just lost a marathon battle to cancer after several years fighting the disease. Trebek had been the host of the show since its inception in 1984.
The list included names as diverse as Trump, podcaster Joe Rogan, and actor LeVar Burton, although the favorite to win is currently Ken Jennings, known as the "Greatest Jeopardy winner of all time", with even odds being given. Jennings has already been working as a consultant for the show.
Jennings's only serious competition comes from George Stephanopoulos, who now works as the host of "Good Morning America." He is being given 3.25 to 1 odds to take the coveted position.
Burton, science-themed TV host Neil deGrasse Tyson, and current "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak are listed next, at 16 to 1 to get the gig.
Rogan clocks in at 660 to 1 to win, although the odds of him actually taking the position would be much longer.
One has to scroll to the bottom of the list to find Trump's name. He is the least favored on the list to win, and is pegged at 1000 to 1 to wind up as the next "Jeopardy!" host.