With Donald Trump now officially the 45th President of the United States, bookmakers Ladbrokes make him 6/4 to win the 2020 US Election, but just Even money to be impeached before the end of his first term.
President Trump was inaugurated on Friday and Ladbrokes make the 45th POTUS a 6/4 chance to win the vote again in 2020.
However, it's odds-on at 1/2 that the 70-year-old billionaire fails to be re-elected by his own country for a second stint in the White House.
At time of writing it's Evens that Trump leaves office before the end of his first term by impeachment or resignation.
Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica Bridge said: "Trump says he'll get the job done, but the odds suggest he might struggle."
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May will meet Trump in Washington DC on Friday, the White House has said, making her the first foreign leader to meet the new president after his inauguration.
Trump is just 1/5 to visit the United Kingdom before the end of this year, and 5/4 to visit Russia before 2017 comes to an end.
VP Mike Pence is Ladbrokes'
8/1 second-favourite at time of writing to win the 2020 Presidential Election, ahead of Elizabeth Warren (12/1), Bernie Sanders, and Michelle Obama (both 16/1).