Arnold Schwarzenegger Disappointed He Can't Run For President Instead Of Trump

Arnold Schwarzenegger Disappointed He Can't Run For President Instead Of Trump
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Hollywood RINO, and GOP former governnor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger declared his personal disappointment with not being able to run for President, in place of Donald Trump, due to his foreign birth. As Breitbart reports:

In an interview with British talk show host Graham Norton conducted just ahead of the release of the next iteration of the Terminator series, Schwarzenegger expressed his frustration that he is barred from making a run at the highest office in the land, the Daily Mail reported.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, who came to the U.S. in 1968 at the age of 21, became a U.S. citizen in 1983. But because he is not a natural-born citizen, the Constitution bars him from becoming president.

“Of course,” the Terminator star said when asked if he was disappointed that he could never become president. “It would have been great to jump in and run.”...

Schwarzenegger has lamented his ineligibility to run for president many times since he won office in California. In 2016 he told Ad Week that he wished he could run for president instead of Trump.


Schwarzenegger, though technically a Republican, has repeatedly attacked President Trump since the latter announced his candidacy in 2015.  
 Source: American Update

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