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One of Donald Trump’s supporters predicted that the Trump Organization will be ‘put out of business’

The prediction comes after President Trump’s longtime CFO took a plea deal and admitted that the Trump Organization dodged payroll taxes for 15 years.

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Tim O’Brien, who wrote Trump Nation in 2005, predicted the organization’s demise.

This forecast is based on the longtime CFO of Trump’s organization, who recently took a plea deal admitting that the Trump Org avoided payroll taxes for 15 years.

In an interview with MSNBC, O’Brien predicted that “a lot of this” would “come to a head” in the coming autumn.

The author of a biography published in 2005 that traced then-candidate Donald Trump’s rise to fame also predicted the imminent demise of the Trump Organization.

In an interview broadcast on MSNBC on Friday, Trump Nation author Tim O’Brien warned of impending collapse.

According to Newsweek, he mentioned Trump’s longtime CFO, Allen Weisselberg, agreeing to a plea deal as evidence. According to a report by Laura Italiano of Insider, Weisselberg admitted that the Trump Organization, under his watch as CFO, had avoided payroll taxes for 15 years.

Unfortunately for the Trump Organization, Weisselberg will have to testify against them.

According to O’Brien, as quoted by Newsweek, “Weisselberg, if he is found to have lied during that testimony, could face as much as 15 years in prison instead of the five months he will get otherwise.” He will have strong motivation to answer the prosecutors’ questions about the Trump Organization’s finances, the source said.

O’Brien warned that if this keeps up, the Trump Organization might “wind up going out of business.”

“It is already in a very vulnerable position,” he told Newsweek. “Donald Trump is involved in urban real estate, which is essentially the tourism and hotel business, during the COVID era, when these industries are expected to suffer greatly. He also has substantial personal debt against these businesses. He may also be experiencing financial difficulties. In my opinion, things are going to start heating up this fall.”