Schwartz argued that the anti-Trump resistance must be maintained, especially as he believes the resignation to be near.
Schwartz has a strong track record in accurately predicting Trump's behavior. "More likely he resigns by fall, if not sooner". "Trump is going to resign and declare victory before Mueller and Congress leave him no choice", Tony Schwartz said Thursday.
Donald Trump's ghostwriter has been a thorn in his side for over a year.
And then a couple of hours later: "Trump's presidency is effectively over".
In followup tweets in response to questions, Schwartz predicted Trump would make a deal for immunity in the Russian Federation investigation in exchange for his resignation.
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He further added: "Trump must be isolated. They all suffer from Stockholm Syndrome".
Trump has disputed Schwartz's claims that he entirely ghostwrote the book, but Schwartz said that he has proof from the publisher Random Hose that he wrote the entire book.
Schwartz has been an open critic of Trump during his political rise, previously predicting in May that he would resign and telling The New Yorker a year ago that he "a deep sense of remorse" for his role in Trump's fame through Art of the Deal.
This was later borne out by reports that Trump doesn't read numerous important reports presented to him as president.
Now he maintains a rolling Twitter commentary on Trump's affairs in which he derides the candidate as "narcissistic" and "paranoid".
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.