Analysts predict Trump’s candidate appointment

WASHINGTON — Not a whole lot of people thought it was a possibility, but now there’s a line of folks willing to work for the biggest boss in America, President-elect Donald Trump.

Predictions are coming in hard and fast for top spots at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Analysts’ best guess for chief of staff? Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee. While a lot of Republicans abandoned Trump to “Titanic” status, Priebus worked to keep the party base in line.

Secretary of state can be a land mine of a job. Just ask Hillary! But forecasters are saying Newt Gingrich is a shoe in.

There might be a lot of New York and New Jersey influence in Trump’s White House.

Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie are being considered picks for director of the Department of Homeland Security or attorney general. Cabinet meetings could end up looking like the set of “The Sopranos.”

Other guesses are Carl Icahn for the Department of the Treasury, Gen. Michael Flynn to lead the Department of National Security, and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions for Secretary of Defense.

And surprise, surprise there’s not a whole lot of women on the list of candidates! Why not throw in a Kardashian for good measure?

But really, at this point, it’s anybody’s.