"Trump is going to resign and declare victory before Mueller and Congress leave him no choice", he stated.
In 2016, during the presidential campaign, Tony announced that he was advising the campaign of Mr. Trump's Democrat rival Hillary Clinton for free.
In a follow up tweet, he predicted it will likely happen this year, perhaps as early as fall, which would be fitting.More news: New Orleans Saints fire orthopedists after misdiagnosis of Delvin Breaux injury
On Monday, Trump gave a reluctant reprobation of those involved in the violence, before reverting to type later in the week, equating the far right groups' actions with those of the protesters in the incident.
Tony Schwartz has been a vocal critic of President Trump and spent 18 months interviewing and shadowing him in the 1980. "Resistance every day. The end is near but must keep pressure high", his twitter thread continued.
"The end game is on: Trump goes down or we do. We must stand up in opposition every day".
Retrospectively, Schwartz says that he regrets the manner in which he portrayed the former reality TV star, likening it to fiction and having "put lipstick on a pig". It felt like it too many times before only to see it's survival.More news: Muguruza downs No. 1 Pliskova to reach Cincinnati final
Trump is now just six Senate votes from impeachment, according to an analyst at a prominent independent think-tank.
Outside of the administration, key members of Trump's own party are also beginning to speak out.
"I will tell you something", he said at a press conference Tuesday.
It is offering odds of 2/1 for Trump to be impeached in 2017.More news: US Rep Gwen Moore calls to remove President Donald Trump from office
The threats of impeachment are no stranger to the Trump camp after there were calls to impeach over his alleged ties to Russian Federation and their influence over the 2016 USA election.