Trump's Former Ghostwriter Has Four Words Of Post-Presidency Advice

If Donald Trump plans to write his memoirs after he leaves office, he won’t be able to count on Tony Schwartz, the man who co-wrote his 1987 bestseller “The Art Of The Deal.” Schwartz let the president know in no uncertain terms on Tuesday not to ask for his help, tweeting: “Dear Donald, No, I won’t write your next book. Sorry, knowing that the Art of the Deal was the only successful book you ever published.” Considering Schwartz has become a big Trump critic over the last four years, it is doubtful Trump would ask him to write a book. Schwartz also offered the outgoing president some not-so-friendly advice on what to do with his post-White House life. Spoiler alert: It involves Kim Jong-Un. Dear Donald,No, I won’t write your next book. Sorry, knowing that the Art of the Deal was the only successful book you ever published. My advice: flee to North Korea.— Tony Schwartz (@tonyschwartz) November 24, 2020

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