Former President Donald Trump recently discussed legendary action star Arnold Schwarzenegger replacing him on The Apprentice in a new Mark Levin interview. Trump revealed he rejected a 5-year contract from NBC to run for President.
“We tried Martha Stewart and she failed, and I said who do you think should replace me?”
“They said, ‘Do you think we could get Arnold Schwazenegger?’ Even movie stars want to have primetime TV shows, because in a lot of ways it’s bigger, in terms of certain things.”
“I said that sounds good, good luck with it, and he bombed like you wouldn’t believe.”
“People turned it on to watch, and within 15 minutes every set was off. It was a disaster. He’s much better at The Terminator than The Apprentice. He’s just a different kind of a guy, he wasn’t a very successful governor in California. He didn’t do a good job.”
Meanwhile, more than a decade has passed since Arnold Schwarzenegger left office at the California Governor’s mansion in Sacramento. But his relations with politics and politicians haven’t been affected at all.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to get into the political sphere for one night in Washington DC and mark his presence at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Ahead of that, during an interview with CNN, Arnold said that President Joe Biden will easily beat Donald Trump in 2024.
Meanwhile, As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, action-superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger will kick off the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with a cold open. The news comes fresh, a day before the dinner will take place.
The event will be headlined by the Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr., as his former colleague Trevor Noah hosted the 2022 event. President Joe Biden will be joined by First Lady Jill Biden, and many more celebrities are likely to attend.