Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed Wednesday he’s satisfied his personal abilities and management skills would mix to make him a “great” U.S. president.
“I feel like I would make a great president,” the unabashed 75-year-old mentioned in an interview with the BBC. “But I feel that, at the same time, everything I’ve accomplished was because of America.”
Schwarzenegger is barred from operating as a result of he was born in Austria, the place he lived till he was 19. The U.S. Constitution specifies the holder of the best workplace within the land should be a “natural-born citizen.”
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Still, that doesn’t imply the previous bodybuilder has misplaced all hope of at some point occupying the White House regardless of authorized impediments.
“I mean OK there is the constitution,” he conceded within the interview with the British state broadcaster. “We need some immigration reform, absolutely, to change that. But it would be a little bit selfish if I go out and try to change the law.”
A registered Republican, he served because the thirty eighth governor of California from 2003 to 2011, and admits to the love he feels for the nation that gave him so many possibilities at life.
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“America gave me so many opportunities and the American people were so embracive, and they just received me with open arms,” he mentioned. “There was no one there that stopped me from my success.”
The actor drew loads of public criticism in the course of the coronavirus pandemic when he known as non-mask-wearers “schmucks” and mentioned “screw your freedom.”
As for the battle for president in 2024, Schwarzenegger mentioned he hopes America finds “young blood.”
“To me, it is a little bit odd that we are having a battle between people today in the late seventies and early eighties,” he mentioned, alluding to the ages President Joe Biden, 80, and certain Republican challenger Donald Trump, 77.
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