'Art of the Deal' co-author predicts Trump will resign

Posted August 20, 2017

"Resistance every day. The end is near but must keep pressure high", he added.

Tony Schwartz spent 18 months with Trump in the 1980s while ghostwriting the bestselling 1987 memoir "The Art of the Deal".

Later, he wrote in a series of three tweets that Trump's end would come before the year was out.

Add these recent developments to what was already a failing administration, buried in the Russian Federation scandal and its own incompetence, and Schwartz may be right: The end may very well be near for Donald Trump's presidency.

Schwartz believes President Trump will soon resign from the presidency, and says that the resignation will likely happen sooner rather than later.

The odds on President Trump resigning are now the shortest they've been since betting opened. "Would be amazed if he survives till the end of the year".

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He also designated Mr.Trump as a monster. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's rabbi publicly denounced the remarks in a letter to their congregation. In May, Schwartz wrote in The Washington Post that Trump "didn't value-nor even necessarily recognize-the qualities that tend to emerge as people grow more secure, such as empathy, generosity, reflectiveness, the capacity to delay gratification or, above all, a conscience, an inner sense of right and wrong".

Tony Schwartz was the ghostwriter for "The Art of the Deal", and regrets helping Trump find further fame.

As Trump's approach to the White House began to pick up steam this year, Schwartz became more and more vocal in his opposition to the Republican.

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