Tony Schwartz, who co-authored President Donald Trump's 1987 book, said the U.S. leader, his children Ivanka and Don Jr., and son-in-law Jared Kushner, should be behind bars.
From North Korea to Venezuela, the "Art of the Deal" seems to have eluded the president. The recent attack on Saudi oil infrastructure, however, gives him a chance to shine through.
"He is a serial felon and an uncommon criminal who has not yet been brought to justice," tweeted Schwartz.
"He has no conscience, he has no guilt," Tony Schwartz said about the president.
"The famous contractors and subcontractors he didn't pay, but he never suffered at all," noted legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Trump's seminal memoir and business-advice book was publish in the midst of huge losses for his businesses.
"Art of the Deal" author Tony Schwartz told CNN that the testimony from Donald Trump's former lawyer is this presidency's Watergate scandal.
Former Trump Organization Vice President Barbara Res told MSNBC that the president has certainly met his match.
"I know that we need to retaliate first so we have some leverage in the negotiation," Macron allegedly said.
"[Trump] lives now inside his own version of reality almost 100 percent of the time," Tony Schwartz said.
With decades of experience in the KGB and at the helm of the Russian ship of state, Putin should prove more than a match for the U.S. president.
The new drawing parodied the president's best-selling book "The Art of the Deal" in a mock cover for "The Art of the Meal."
During his 2016 campaign Trump constantly referenced his skills as a businessman, but the president's first 16 months in the White House have been defined by an inability to work with Congress.
Rodman said he gave the supreme leader of North Korea a copy of "The Art of the Deal" in 2017, but he doesn't want to "take all the credit" for the nuclear program meeting.
"Fear is the hidden through-line in Trump's life – fear of weakness, of inadequacy, of failure, of criticism and of insignificance," says Tony Schwartz, who co-wrote the 1987 memoir.
The president's former ghostwriter said he's learned of White House staffers' concerns over Trump.
"He's a person whose focus is very, very narrow," Tony Schwartz said.
Tony Schwartz went on a Twitter rant on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tony Schwartz concludes that President Trump is "crazy as a personality disorder."
Bankers who worked with Trump when he was near bankruptcy say it was not the GOP nominee's deal-making triumph but their intervention that enabled a comeback.