Friday, 17 March 2017

Arnold Schwarzenegger shuts down question about Donald Trump during Australian TV interview

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He's currently in Australia to host the multi-sports festival, The Arnold Classic. 

But Arnold Schwarzenegger is not in the mood to discuss his feud with US President Donald Trump while Down Under.
On Friday, the 69-year-old former Governor of California shut down a question about Trump during an interview on Channel Ten's The Project.


Host Gorgi Coghlan directly asked The Terminator star: 'Do you think Trump will last the four years (of his presidency)?'

But Arnold bizarrely deflected the question by pretending the journalist had asked about The Arnold Classic, the event he was promoting.

In a surreal exchange, he said: 'The Arnold Classic, we will be here for four years, much longer. I think for the next 400 years you will see Arnold Classic in Melbourne.'

Arnold is a prominent Republican who served two terms as the Governor of California from 2003 to 2010. He stated last year that he would not vote for Trump in the presidential election.

The Kindergarten Cop star explained he wouldn't be voting for the billionaire businessman, despite having voted for the Republican candidate in every election since becoming an American citizen in 1983.

The bitter fall-out between the two intensified when Arnold signed up as host of The Celebrity Apprentice, taking over from Trump.


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