President Donald Trump will "suddenly" resign and it will probably be "dinnertime," predicts a political commentator, who gave his analysis of the U.S. presidency. Trump finds himself in scandal after scandal while fanning the flames of controversy he stirs. Its been particularly volatile since he blamed "both sides" of the Charlottesville, Virginia riots. The riots were made worse when a counter-protester was intentionally run over by a car and killed.

While at a rally in Arizona on Tuesday, Trump was largely viewed as "unhinged" and going "off the rails" calling out the "fake media," accusing them of not loving America and working against him.

All its done is add more to the discussion that Trump isn't mentally fit to hold office.

Political analyst predicts Trump's resignation

For months, its been predicted that Donald Trump will resign as U.S. president. Everyone from political analysts to authors familiar with Trump have weighed in on how they believe his commander-in-chief role will end. A handful of lawmakers are in a frenzy to find ways to impeach Trump.

It was only last week that Tony Schwartz, the author who helped write Trump’s 1987 book "The Art of the Deal," said that Donald Trump "is going to resign and declare victory before Mueller and Congress leave him no choice.” Schwarz added that he thinks the resignation will happen by the end of the year.

According to former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann, he claimed in the latest edition of his GQ series "The Resistance" on Tuesday that Trump will resign "suddenly" with no warning. Like Schwartz, Olbermann predicts Trump will want out when special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia starts closing in on him.

It's unknown when Trump would resign in Olbermann's eyes, but he thinks it'll be sooner than later.

Olbermann touched on a tweet posted by CNBC political reporter John Harwood, who talked about a Republican prediction from a Republican strategist who also believes that Trump will resign once Mueller's investigation backs him and his family into a corner. The strategist predicted that Mike Pence would pick Senator Marco Rubio to serve as his vice president.

Al Gore's one piece of advice to Trump

Al Gore was asked in an interview to give Trump one Piece Of Advice and his reply was succinct. "Resign," he said.

Will Donald Trump resign from the presidency? He's running campaign-style rallies and it's believed he's setting the tone for a 2020 run. At this point, it doesn't look like he plans to leave the White House.