Donald Trump and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been mocking each other on their social media pages, preferably Twitter. This started when the 69-year-old actor tweeted that he is not going to vote for the business magnate and the war of words still continue until today.
Arnold Schwarzenegger recently teased Donald Trump for his depressing approval ratings after being the President of the United States. In fact, he is not the only high-profile star who has been mocking the 70-year-old businessman with the result.
"Oh, Donald - the ratings are in, and you got swamped," Arnold Schwarzenegger tweeted. The former Governor of California blamed Donald Trump's budget proposal that caused him to lose the support of the public. "Wow. Now you're in the thirties?"
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) Marso 21, 2017
According to The Independent, Donald Trump's approval ratings dropped to an all-time low of 37 percent following the release of their small budget proposal. The Republican Party opts to cut worth hundreds of million dollars to the country's social and education agendas. Arnold Schwarzenegger went on to say that what the television personality could expect from the public after he takes away the school programs for the children and free meals for the people.
Arnold Schwarzenegger then advised Donald Trump to go to Hart Middle School, so he could see how the people help the children there. Moreover, the two's war of words have been ongoing since October 2016, Stuff reported.
To recall, Arnold Schwarzenegger said that he won't vote for Donald Trump as the next President of the United States. However, when the latter won the presidency, he then got back to "The Terminator" actor.
In February Donald Trump asked everyone at the National Prayer Breakfast to pray for Arnold Schwarzenegger for the poor television ratings of "The Apprentice." The "Total Recall" star then decided to leave the show blaming the POTUS's baggage.