When it comes to the White House, the odds are stacked against President Donald Trump.
But if he’s the first president to leave office, there’s a good chance the country is in for a treat.
And that’s because there are plenty of people who know how to do the job.
Here are a few who are poised to step into the Oval Office.
Stephen Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart News, and Trump’s former chief strategist.
Bannon’s long-time friend and political adviser, Stephen Miller, is Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor.
He also is a former White House counselor to President Barack Obama.
Miller has been working with Trump for a number of years and was a key adviser during the 2016 campaign.
He’s known for his ability to build a following.
He was hired by Trump as an executive chairman, and he is the chief strategist for the Republican National Committee.
Bannon has been vocal about the need to change the White Houses immigration policies, which have been criticized by Democrats.
He is also an advocate for a border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Miller said during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in February that he believes the United Kingdom will leave the European Union by the end of the year.
Kellyanne Conway, former White Houses communications director and senior adviser to the Trump campaign.
Conway is a prominent Trump ally and is widely credited with helping the president build a solid following in the early days of his campaign.
She has worked closely with Bannon and Trump, including working as a top adviser to his campaign in the months leading up to the election.
Conway has also worked closely on the president’s social media strategy, as well as helping the administration plan and execute campaign events.
She is a frequent surrogate and adviser for the president.
John Dowd, a former Trump campaign official and communications director.
Dowd was an early and ardent supporter of the president during the campaign.
After Trump announced his candidacy, Dowd worked with him on a variety of policy initiatives, including the first budget and Trump-era immigration policy.
He has also served as the deputy communications director of the National Economic Council.
Dow, who was fired from the Trump administration earlier this year, told Recode in a recent interview that he has “never been a fan of the Trump presidency.”
Michael Glassner, a longtime political operative.
Glassner was one of Trump’s top fundraisers in 2016 and served as a major fundraiser for the campaign in late 2016 and early 2017.
In 2017, Glassner helped to organize a $1.6 million fundraiser for Trump.
Glassman is an outspoken supporter of Trump and was even named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in 2017.
Mike Pence, a vice president under former President Joe Biden.
Pence is an ardent supporter and advocate of Trump, having previously worked closely for Trump on his transition.
Pence, who also served on Trump’s transition team, is a Republican senator from Indiana.
Tom Barrack, former senior adviser.
Barrack was a senior adviser during Trump’s campaign and was part of the transition team that drafted the president-elect’s national security policies.
Barracks was a longtime member of Trump ‘s transition team.
He resigned as a senior counselor for the Trump transition team in April 2017, and Barracks now serves as the director of communications for the RNC.
Mike McKenna, former chief of staff to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
McKenna was a chief of policy for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi when she was speaker of the House.
He served as her deputy chief of counsel during the House’s impeachment trial.
McKenna also served in Pelosi’s staff during the impeachment trial and is currently a political adviser to her.
Dan Scavino, a political operative who was a deputy chief strategist on Trump ‘ s 2016 presidential campaign.
Scavinos was a political strategist on the 2016 presidential election campaign.
His former bosses on the Trump ‘ campaign were former chief campaign strategist and pollster Joel Benenson and former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Scovino is now a senior advisor to the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
He joined the Trump presidential campaign in July 2017 and is working closely with Trump on foreign policy.
Dan Schwerin, a top White House communications aide who was in charge of the first phase of Trump s 2016 campaign and is now the chief of communications at the Republican Governors Association.
Schwerins’ work with the Trump team has been praised for being both detailed and thoughtful.
Schwalins was an informal adviser on policy and strategy and was instrumental in helping the Trump White House plan and coordinate events, including during the early stages of the campaign, according to Politico.
Schwerns, who is married to Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), is the only current Trump adviser who has served as White House director of strategic communications.
Schwan is also the co-founder of the political action committee Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, which works to elect Republicans.