Donald Trump’s biographer told ABC he thinks the president would like to stay in office for the rest of his life "if the world allowed it."
Tim O’Brien, who wrote the book, "TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald," said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" he could see Trump "running four or five more times."
"I think he has no intention of going away," he continued. "Reality, some investigations, the electorate all might intrude, but I don’t think he thinks about it that way."
A U.S. president, of course, can only serve two four-year terms. Trump has yet to publicly discuss a 2020 run, but has already trademarked a 2020 election slogan and held several campaign rallies since taking office in January.
O’Brien's book, published in 2005, prompted a $5 billion lawsuit from Trump for citing Trump's net worth to be estimated between $150 million and $250 million, much lower than Trump's own estimations of around $4 billion.
Trump claimed his reputation and business had been damaged by the book, but the case was dismissed.
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