Former CA Governor and famous Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared on CNN on Saturday where he discussed the November election, and his take on it.
Schwarzenegger said “I think with Trump it was very simply that four years ago, they voted for Trump because he promised them a certain amount of things. “I think the second time, when you get reelected or want to get reelected, it’s more about what promises did you keep and how did you perform as the leader. And I think that’s where obviously people felt that he fell short. And so this is why he was voted out.”
“People like to see a balance in Washington between the Democrats and the Republicans,” Arnold also told Michael Smerconish “Biden was successful because he appeared to be in the center.”
“People that are in the center create the action,” the star of “The Terminator” said “I believe in what Eisenhower said: Politics is like a road. … The center is drivable, and the left and the right is the gutter. That’s exactly what it is.”
During the interview, Schwarzenegger also told CNN’s Michael Smerconish that the Biden administration must work on the new Voting Rights Act and that it is irresponsible not to have it.