Ghostwriter of Trump's best-selling memoir convinced president will resign at year's end

Geneva Matthews
August 20, 2017

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

Schwartz told the New Yorker magazine a year ago that he felt "a deep sense of remorse" for "presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is" in The Art of the Deal. Whether Tony was referencing Trump's alleged investigations over human sex trafficking related to the now-closed Trump Model Management firm with allegations of underage girls being trafficked from Russian Federation with faked credentials remains to be seen. Would be amazed if he survived till the end of the year.

In follow up tweets in response to questions, Schwartz predicted that Trump would make a deal for immunity in exchange for his resignation, adding that the "Russia stuff will be huge". "The more likely it is that he will resign by the fall, if not sooner", he says. "We must stand up in opposition every day".

The odds on President Trump resigning are now the shortest they've been since betting opened.

This isn't the first time Schwartz, who spent 18 months with Donald Trump in the 1980s ghostwriting his memoir, has criticized the president. Seventy-two percent of Democrats said Trump should be impeached, while 38 percent of Independent's supported impeachment.

In a subsequent interview with CNN, Schwartz referred to Trump as a "monster".

The President was panned following a press conference on in which he said there were "very fine people" on both sides of the white supremacist march.

Schwartz has been critical of Trump ever since it became clear that he could get elected, an outcome that the writer takes some responsibility for and over which he harbors some regret.

The threats of impeachment are no stranger to the Trump camp after there were calls to impeach over his alleged ties to Russian Federation and their influence over the 2016 USA election.

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