Trump's ghosterwriter predicts he will resign…soon

Posted August 20, 2017

Urging the public to stand united against Trump's worrying narrative, Schwartz continued: "The end game is on: Trump goes down or we do".

Paddy Power said it's reporting a stream of bets on the President calling it a day, piling into the 6/4 on offer for Trump to resign, which has made the bookmaker cut the odds into Evs.

In a follow up tweet, he predicted it will likely happen this year, perhaps as early as fall, which would be fitting. "Trump's going to resign and declare victory before that Mueller and the Congress, leaving him with no alternative".

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 wrote that President Trump's circle is closing in on Trump and that the man he knows will quit after the summer is over, if not sooner.

Since the Trans military ban was declared, President Trump has seen a significant decline in support.

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He then encouraged more "resistance" to "keep pressure high".

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"I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilization", Schwartz said at the time. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's rabbi publicly denounced the remarks in a letter to their congregation.

Schwartz spent a year following the businessman around to write "The Art of the Deal" and describes himself as the book's ghostwriter, something Trump denies. Donald Trump read it'.

Mueller is reportedly seeking to interview current and former administration officials as part of his investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election.