Wearing a USA T-shirt and speaking in the dark of night, Arnold Schwarzenegger can be seen in a 40-second video mocking President Trump’s sinking approval ratings and his proposed budget.
“Oh, Donald — The ratings are in, and you got swamped,” chides Schwarzenegger in the video. “Wow… Now you’re in the thirties?”
The former “Apprentice” host went on to claim that the president wants to “take away after-school programs for children and Meals on Wheels for the poor people,” then admonishes him, saying, “That’s not what you call ‘making America great again.’ Come on!”
According to a report in The Hill on Tuesday, “A Gallup poll released earlier this week showed Trump’s job approval rating dropped to a new low of 37 percent. Almost six in ten respondents, 58 percent, disapprove of the way Trump is handling his presidency.”
Schwarzenegger went on, sarcastically asking, “I mean, who is advising you?”
He then offered President Trump some advice: “Go to a middle school, to Hart Middle School right in Washington, six miles away from the White House,” said Schwarzenegger, offering, “I’ll take you there so you can see the fantastic work that they’re doing for these children.”
In the past, Schwarzenegger has been a vocal advocate on the importance of federally funded after-school programs.
While serving as governor of California, he was instrumental in creating such programs for his constituents and traveled to Capitol Hill in 2013 to meet with lawmakers on the topic, as well as to visit several D.C.-area middle schools.
Below is the video:
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) March 21, 2017
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