Arnold Schwarzenegger tells Trump what he should have said after Charlottesville

Arnold Schwarzenegger tells Trump what he should have said after Charlottesville

Arnold Schwarzenegger tells Trump what he should have said after Charlottesville

Arnold Schwarzenegger are among those who have been deeply disappointed by the statement by President of Trump that “both sides” were responsible for the violence at a rally of white supremacy in Charlottesville.

And in a new video, the former Republican governor of California offers a tip tip for what Trump should have said.

“The only way to beat the sharp voice and anger of hatred is to meet with a stronger and more reasonable voice.And that includes, President of Trump”

Schwarzenegger said in the video, posted on the ATN Facebook page Thursday. “In fact, as president of this great country, it has the moral responsibility to send a clear message that we do not defend hate and racism.”
Schwarzenegger then provides an example of what the message might be: “As President of the United States and as a Republican, rejected the support of white supremacy,” he said.

“The country that defeated Hitler’s armies had no place for Nazi flags. The party of Lincoln will not support those who carry the battle flags of the Confederacy failed”.
Trump issued numerous critics for his response to the deadly chaos in Charlottesville, where a car driven by a white nationalist declared himself plunged into a crowd, killing the 32-year-old Heather contrepreuveur Heyer and wounding 19 others.

Using dozens of clips from the Trump President’s intervention, the Editorial Board of the ad reorganizes the disastrous direction of August 12. (Gillian Brockell / The Washington Post)
“What about the alt-left has been responsible for – as you say, alt-right”

Trump said during a press conference at Trump Tower in New York on Tuesday. “Do they have a guilty appearance? And the fact that they had to carry the clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Are they a problem?

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Of course, Trump is certainly not likely to take the advice of the “Terminator” star – the two were involved in a public dispute for months, since Schwarzenegger assumed the role of Trump as host of NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice.”

Trump blamed Schwarzenegger for the issuance of descent ratings, until asking for prayers on behalf of Schwarzenegger at the National Prayer Breakfast. “I only pray for Arnold, if we can, for these assessments,” Trump said at the time.

Schwarzenegger returned fire when he abruptly left “Celebrity Apprentice” in March, saying that the odds program actually declined because of his association with Trump.

And even in his latest video – the clear intention to offer a serious message to Trump, and a biting sentence from the Nazis – Schwarzenegger could not resist taking another shot at the commander in chief.

After delivering his speech suggests on the camera, he looks Schwarzenegger and a bit of Bobblehead Donald Trump suddenly appears in sight.

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