Published On: Sat, Aug 19th, 2017

Trump’s Bestseller Ghostwriter Tony Schwartz Predicts US Leader Won’t Be President for Much Longer

Tony Schwartz: "It reminds me of Watergate and the last days of Nixon. He’s put himself in an isolated, no-win position. The level of his destructiveness is staggering.”

In 1987 Journalist and ghostwriter Tony Schwartz spent 18 months with Donald Trump to penned his bestseller “The Art of the Deal”. Now he claims that Trump won’t be president for much longer.

“The snowball is beginning to gather momentum as it comes down the mountain,” he told CNN’s Anderson Cooper, “It reminds me a lot of Watergate and the last days of Nixon . . . He’s put himself in an isolated, no-win position. The level of his destructiveness is staggering.”

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On Thursday, Schwartz told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that “the snowball is beginning to gather momentum as it comes down the mountain. It reminds me a lot of Watergate and the last days of Nixon . . . He’s put himself in an isolated, no-win position. The level of his destructiveness is staggering.”

Trump must be isolated. Resistance every day. The end is near but must keep pressure high.

 

As one who knows him a bit closer, Tony Schwartz told The New Yorker during the 2016 presidential election, that Trump “has no attention span” and add that “if he had to be briefed on a crisis in the Situation Room, it’s impossible to imagine him paying attention over a long period of time.” He added the magazine that he put “lipstick on a pig.”; “I feel a deep sense of remorse that I contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is.”

Schwartz noted that Trump’s source of knowledge is the News on Television, not deep reports. He told New Yorker “Trump has a stunning level of superficial knowledge and plain ignorance. That’s why he so prefers TV as his first news source — information comes in easily digestible sound bites.”

He added that “more than anyone else I have ever met, Trump has the ability to convince himself that whatever he is saying at any given moment is true, or sort of true, or at least ought to be true.”

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