Arnold Schwarzenegger shut down a question about President Donald Trump during an interview with an Australian news station on Friday.
The 69-year-old "Celebrity Apprentice" star sat down for an interview with Gorgi Coghlan of Channel Ten's "The Project," and when Coghlan tried to ask a question about Trump's presidency, Schwarzenegger was having absolutely none of it.
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"Do you think Trump will last the four years or not?" Coghlan asked Schwarzenegger, alluding to buzz that Trump could get impeached before his first term as president is over.
"Uh, The Arnold Classic will be here for four years, yes!" Schwarzenegger said with a confused look, completely ignoring the actual question. "It will be here much longer. I think for the next 400 years The Arnold Classic will be in Melbourne."
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Schwarzenegger is in Australia promoting The Arnold Classic, which bills itself as the "world's largest multi-sport festivals." Clearly, he wanted to stick to the script for this interview, but after the anchors thanked him for the interview, he got in a quick laugh about the moment.
Of course, Schwarzenegger's rivalry with Trump has been long-documented in the press. Most recently, their feud heated up over Schwarzenegger's replacement of Trump as the host of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice." When the show didn't perform well in the ratings, Trump called the former Governor of California out on Twitter.
"Wow, the ratings are in and Arnold Schwarzenegger got 'swamped' (destroyed) by comparison to the ratings machine, DJT. So much for being a move star-and that was season 1 compared to season 14," he tweeted in January. "Now compare him to my season 1. But who cares, he supported Kasich & Hillary."
Schwarzenegger fought back with words of his own, of course, but eventually announced that he would be leaving "Celebrity Apprentice" after one season.
"Even if asked [to do the show again], I would decline," he said earlier this month. "With Trump being involved in the show, people have a bad taste and don't want to participate -- as a spectator or as a sponsor -- or in any other way to support the show. It's a very divisive period right now, and I think this show got caught up in all that division."
In case it wasn't already evident before this most recent interview, there's clearly no love lost between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Trump.
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