Reports of Arnold Schwarzenegger's death were greatly exaggerated. The actor is very much alive and indeed so healthy that he is the youngest person to come into conflict with President Donald Trump on Twitter.
Trump was the one who suggested that the Terminator star was no longer: The "death" to which he referred was in the ratings of the reality show celebrity -Lehrling where Schwarzenegger took over from Trump as host. Hunter Walker, White House correspondent for Yahoo News, said Trump said about his successor, "Arnold Schwarzenegger … you know, he died … I was there."
Arnie himself saw the quote and decided to tweet that he is "still here" just in case someone wonders. He also added a spell on Trump's tax returns.
The former California governor seized the opportunity to alert his followers to the question of wandering. "Instead of being distracted by television ratings, we should improve our policy," he tweeted. "The only way to drain the swamp is to let voters pick their politicians instead of continuing to let politicians pick their voters. #Terminategerrymandering"
Gerrymandering is a process that changes the boundaries of a constituency that he favors a particular political party. It is a process that "disempowes the voting rights, pulls our elected representatives to ideological extremes, and … represents one of the biggest hurdles to an effective and responsive system of government," Schwarzenegger comments to the US (1
Schwarzenegger was Governor of California from 2003 to 2011 and was nicknamed "Governator" after his most famous film role. Since then, he has returned to acting and has repeated the role of T-800 in Terminator: Dark Fate . And if he kicked us recently at a sporting event, it's a lot – more than low ratings, anyway – to kill Arnie.