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Tony Schwartz, co-author of "The Art of the Deal," says the biggest blow to President Trump as he departs the White House is his loss of Twitter. "It's as if Donald Trump doesn't exist anymore if he's not on Twitter. It changes the whole dynamic."

Tony Schwartz, co-author of "The Art of the Deal," says the biggest blow to President Trump as he departs the White House is his loss of Twitter. "It's as if Donald Trump doesn't exist anymore if he's not on Twitter. It changes the whole dynamic."

Tony Schwartz on President Trump's presidency: “It was always a race for Trump between whether he would destroy us or destroy himself first.”

"Donald Trump's long-term plans are... five to ten minutes ahead of the present moment," says "The Art of the Deal" co-author Tony Schwartz. "What he's feeling right now is rage. White, hot, rage because he feels obliterated by this... he's furious to the point of madness."

'Art of the Deal' Co-Author Tony Schwartz Says 'White Hot Rage' Is Driving Trump's Increasingly Erratic, Deranged Behavior: 'Like King Lear, He's Furious to the Point of Madness'

Four years ago, Tony Schwartz predicted how a furious Trump would respond to the humiliation of an election loss.

“Let go of certainty. The opposite isn't uncertainty. It's openness, curiosity and a willingness to embrace paradox, rather than choose up sides. The ultimate challenge is to accept ourselves exactly as we are, but never stop trying to learn and grow.” ― Tony Schwartz

Take 1-minute. Tony Schwartz predicted exactly what Trump would do when he lost the election. But THIS was before the 2016 election. Every last word applicable now...

"He has this lust for revenge ... he's feeling unbearably diminished by the country's lack of acceptance of his dominance," author Tony Schwartz says of the division President Trump will leave behind.

"He has this lust for revenge ... he's feeling unbearably diminished by the country's lack of acceptance of his dominance," author Tony Schwartz says of the division President Trump will leave behind.

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“This is a man without character, he’s a sociopath,” Tony Schwartz says of Pres. Trump. “He has proven that all the way through, but never more so than during the last couple of weeks when it was time to concede...and he attacked democracy.”

“This is a man without character, he’s a sociopath,” Tony Schwartz says of Pres. Trump. “He has proven that all the way through, but never more so than during the last couple of weeks when it was time to concede...and he attacked democracy.”

“This is a man without character, he’s a sociopath,” Tony Schwartz says of Pres. Trump. “He has proven that all the way through, but never more so than during the last couple of weeks when it was time to concede...and he attacked democracy.”

“Anything goes for Trump,” Tony Schwartz, co-author of "Art of the Deal,” says. “He will do everything that he can, exactly as Biden says, to try to steal this election.”

“The deaths don’t matter to him,” Tony Schwartz, co-author of “The Art of Deal,” says of President Trump’s coronavirus response. “When he is inventing stories, and lies, and a reality that is of his own making — he’s doing it without any shame or guilt.”

“The deaths don’t matter to him,” Tony Schwartz, co-author of “The Art of Deal,” says of President Trump’s coronavirus response. “When he is inventing stories, and lies, and a reality that is of his own making — he’s doing it without any shame or guilt.”

"If I had to rename 'The Art of the Deal,' I would call it 'The Sociopath.'" "Deal" ghostwriter Tony Schwartz says Trump is "probably aware that more walls are closing around him than ever before, but he does not experience the world in a way an ordinary human being would."

Tony Schwartz, who wrote Art of the Deal for Trump: “This presidency is now all about mental illness. Trump's narcissism is getting progressively worse. rapidly escalating risk”

“I seriously doubt that Trump has ever read a book straight through in his adult life” (Trump’s ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz, in New Yorker)

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