Schwarzenegger invites Trump to "Comparison of tax returns"

Lula Sharp
July 14, 2019

According to trump, the summit on social media in the White house has invited 200 of the "best professionals" in the industry.

Trump has been at loggerheads with former California Governor since 2016, when Schwarzenegger, a Republican, announced in 2016 that he would not be casting his vote for Trump.

Schwarzenegger later tweeted that "instead of being distracted by television ratings, let's fix our politics".

Speaking to Empire Magazine, the True Lies actor said at the time: "It's not about the show", Schwarzenegger notes of his resignation, "because everyone I ran into came up to me and said, 'I love the show. but I turned it off because as soon as I read Trump's name I'm outta there!'" Trump has said in the past that he would make his returns public once the Internal Revenue Service has completed its review.

"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 support the show", he said.

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Much like the character in The Terminator, it's hard to keep Arnold Schwarzenegger down.

"I learned a lot, I had a great time, it was a really great opportunity". "It's a very divisive period now and I think this show got caught up in all that division".

Schwarzenegger, an action movie star who was governor of California, hit back with a dig about Trump's tax returns, indicating the pair's yearslong beef is back on.

Just this week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that would allow Congress to ask for the tax returns of government officials, including Trump, Vox reported Wednesday, though it remains to be seen whether House Democrats will ask for them.

During his freewheeling rant, the 73-year-old US president aired an array of grievances, including his complaints that his tweets no longer gain the kind of "traction" they used to, alleging social media platforms have a liberal bias and are censoring conservative voices.

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