I'll be back - Arnie wants role in Senate

I'll be back - Arnie wants role in Senate

I'll be back - Arnie wants role in Senate

Following Trump's heckling of Schwarzenegger during February's National Prayer Breakfast, the Kindergarten Cop actor released a statement indicating he would not return to Celebrity Apprentice due to the show's "baggage." Those rumours kicked into overdrive last night when a report by Politico from several Republican Party insiders that Schwarzenegger is considering running as Senator in the 2018 elections.

Rumors that former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is running for Senate were swirling, but he confirmed Sunday morning that he is not.

Trump: Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia; Schwarzenegger: Neon Tommy/Creative CommonsJanuary marked the first time in American history that a president-elect launched a Twitter feud with his celebrity replacement on a reality TV show. The president hit back, tweeting that the actor was sacked rather than quitting the show.

A run for Senate "would give Arnold the stage to jam Trump for the next 16 months", a GOP official reportedly told Politico. Earlier this week. Schwarzenegger joked in an interview on SiriusXM that Trump was so obsessed with him because "he's in love with me".

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has not yet said whether she will seek another term, . Trump continually jabbed at Schwarzenegger's low ratings, and the Terminator star would reply with measured digs about Trump's leadership abilities and political approaches.

Speaking to Politico he added: 'We are keeping all of our options open as far as how we can accomplish that'.

"You should think about hiring a new joke writer and a fact checker", Schwarzenegger responded.

Probably, it is time for Mr Olympia to make one more step and to run for Senate. Schwarzenegger also to switch jobs with Trump, since Trump seemingly cared more about television ratings than actually leading a country.

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