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‘Art of the Deal’ Ghostwriter Predicts that Trump Will Resign From Presidency

Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter of Donald Trump’s book “The Art of the Deal” claims he understands how the President thinks and predicts he will resign before the end of the year.

Of course Schwartz has always been against Trump since he began running for President. Most likely due to Schwartz being in journalism for 25 years  he knows he can use his prior relationship with Trump to slander him and get a lot of attention from the liberal media.

However, if Schwarz was so certain Trump would resign, he would not be calling for more pressure to be put on him. It sounds more like he is dangling a carrot in front of liberals to incite them to step up their campaign of hate and lies against the President.


The President is thick skinned and he is a man of his word. This is about turning America around for the better, not about what immature hateful liberals do or say because they don’t get their way.

Anyone who believes someone as successful and busy as the President is gives much thought about what haters say and will resign because of it are only fooling themselves.

We need to keep supporting our President and not crawl away because of the haters who are more concerned about coddling illegal immigrants, lazy welfare leeches and those of depraved behavior.

Via The Federalist Papers:

Will Donald Trump resign from the White House? If you ask the ghostwriter of his 1987 memoir ‘The Art of the Deal,’ the answer to that question is yes.

Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter of the famed book, took to Twitter to state his belief that the President will reach a certain point where he has no choice but to resign, and that time may come much sooner than you’d expect.

He followed that up by even giving a shockingly short time frame.

That’s right, he believes that Trump may only have two or three months left in the White House at this rate. With the high turnover rate, the incessant tweeting, and failed attempts at policy implementation, President Trump really has quite a debacle on his hands; not to mention the witch hunt being carried out by Robert Mueller over non-existent Russian collusion.

According to Schwartz, Trump acts according to what he believes will be a win or a loss. If he perceives his time as President to be a potential loss, he will call it quits and declare victory.

Schwartz, now the CEO of the Energy Project, has been a critic of Trump as he ascended to the White House and has regularly tried to explain how the president goes about making decisions. 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.”

Instead, everything for him is transactional and considered a win or a loss. If that is true, it would stand to reason that Trump will desert the presidency before it could be considered an unsalvageable loss.

That view is based on his experience with Trump during 18 months of working with him on the book. Since helping Trump write and publish the book, Schwartz has come to regret such work, and has been one of the vocal “Resistance” opponents since his political ascendance.

Schwartz furthermore believes that since the end is near, more pressure must be exerted onto Trump to officially push him out.


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