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Arnold Schwarzenegger is no longer the Governor of California. correct?
Los Angeles — Arnold Schwarzenegger settled on a large leather rocker reclining chair in the backyard of his mansion. His little rescue dog, Cherry, wore a butterfly bow and ran around at his feet. On his lawn, his miniature donkey, Lulu, was taking a break for a hedge. His miniature horse, whiskey, was wandering near the marble bust of Abraham Lincoln. His bar had a dollhouse-sized replica of a tank he drove during his mission in the Austrian army. The biofuel Hummer was on the driveway. A 9-foot scale model of the Statue of Liberty stood in the lobby. Things were very big or very small. It is here that Schwarzenegger has been in direct court since the Dodger Stadium was vaccinated in January. The event has been watched 20 million times on social media. People are keen to visit the back patio, not only regular show businessmen, but also political consultants, talk show organizers, and those trying to expel Governor Gavin Newsom. I will. Sign up for the morning newsletter from The New York Times Upman Devil Canyon and talk to New Sam and Schwarzenegger through the wrought-iron gate. They will usually talk to Schwarzenegger and Schwarzenegger. “Why did I win?” Schwarzenegger, 73, who rode a wave of populist anger in 2003, became California’s 38th governor and won the call election that defeated Gray Davis. It was. “Why did Trump win? Because people were dissatisfied with politicians. They hate politicians. They can’t trust them. This is the most important story.” Schwarzenegger It’s been 10 years since Enegger left Sacramento. Elected and re-elected action movie star with a promise to save California from a democratic excess, the marriage ended with a 27% approval rate and a personal scandal. But California is a country of second, third and fourth chance. Schwarzenegger did not restore his image enough to allow California to readjust his view of contributions. He is a more popular politician today than when he was elected, a feat for Republicans in a very blue state. The reason is as broad and small as the reason California first chose him. Some of them have to do with pandemics. Some have something to do with former President Donald Trump. His transpartisan embrace plays a role similar to the state’s persistence due to recalls. Not to mention Whiskey and Lulu who stole the show in a series of homemade public service videos posted during the pandemic. But many of them are Arnold, the only person in the state’s 170-year history to become governor of the recall, Arnold. “As a state, we are attracted to a personality like him who speaks clearly about what they represent and who they are and has a good sense of humor about it,” said the Independent Public Policy Institute. Mark Baldassare said California. “But seeing him this year reminds me that Californians also have the ability to forgive and forget.” Schwarzenegger convinces past and present governors to promote face masks. Participated in advertising and drafted West Los Angeles physiotherapists pets, children, staff and girlfriends to help create public service announcements on social distance and hand washing. He raised millions of dollars for protective medical devices last year and prepaid his own millions. During the election, he spent $ 2.5 million in eight states to keep polling stations open. In January, Schwarzenegger compared their actions to the 1938 Kristallnacht’s dismissal of the Jewish quarter by the European Nazis when false allegations of Trump’s fraudulent elections upset the mob and attacked Congress. I posted a speech to do. The 7-minute video has been played nearly 78 million times on his social media alone. The University of Southern California is home to his Schwarzenegger National and Global Policy Institute. And his new anime children’s series. And his upcoming spy show on Netflix. And the Environmental Summit he is hosting in Austria this summer. According to him, this will not run for public office again. The “elderly politician” is the way he now explains his role. “When you leave the office, you realize I couldn’t cut it off that way-well, I noticed-” he said. “Does it mean that you’re only interested in a temporary way just because you’ve done this job, which is just a temporary job? Number! It’s like sports and there’s follow-through.” He reclining. He jumped off his chair and showed off his golf swing and tennis volley. Cherry jumped on her little leg. In a three-hour interview at home before Newsom’s recall activity was officially eligible for voting, Schwarzenegger was serious, entertaining, cruelly honest and wise. His black zip-up jacket had the governor’s seal patch. It was morning, but I was exercising and visiting with my daughters who came to play tennis. The fire crackled in an outdoor fireplace the size of a real Austrian tank. Approximately six future challengers to Newsom, including some Democrats, secretly advise Schwarzenegger as California’s Republican-led recall campaign progresses towards a ballot in November. He came in search of, says his adviser. He sees them directly, or in FaceTime and Zoom. “I want to see people’s faces,” he said, swinging his iPad around. He offers advice on political dynamics, but does not endorse Newsom or his rivals, nor does he support or disagree with recalls. “I got everyone interested in it to contact me about it, talk to me about it, and get some advice about it,” Schwarzenegger said. “I tell people what the landscape is and what my experience was. I don’t encourage anyone — or discourage anyone.” In a bipartisan era, such neutrality Is an exception. He’s separated from the Republican Party and calls Trump the “worst president of all time,” but he defends moderation and looks beyond the party. Davis, a Democrat who lost him to become governor, now considers him a friend. “He represents some kind of California Republican,” said Southern California writer and cultural historian DJ Waldy. “It may be a rare and dying variety, and it certainly doesn’t reflect the leader, but it reflects something about the character of a normal Republican in California. Its gravel-like Austria I sometimes wonder if the accent is a republican voice without Trump. “Schwarzenegger, a global star with a Kennedy wife, said with Dot Combust on September 11th. He came to Sacramento at the expense of Davis, a Liberal Democrat who was so unlucky that he was in charge during the power outage. He has no plans to run, despite Republican leaders begging him to launch him at a meeting where Davis wanted to lobby for the after-school program, which was the purpose of his signature. It was. He said his current ex-wife Maria Shriver (whose public account reflects his memory) was reluctant to drag their family into the political spotlight. He wasn’t determined until Jay Leno took him to the couch at The Tonight Show and cheered. “I let my mouth speak for itself,” he said, and he was still laughing at his joy when he said he was running for governor. When he got home, he said, Shriver was in tears. A majority of 55.4% of voters chose to recall Davis, and several 48.6 people chose Schwarzenegger to replace him. As governor, he promised to overhaul the way state budget decisions were made. Although his financial proposal failed, he won the state’s election reforms, making it difficult for the militants of both parties to block decision-making over time. The impartial committee has replaced the partisan gerrymandering in determining the boundaries of the legislative district, making it more difficult for the parties to play them. And California’s “top two” primary system put moderates from both parties on ballots. However, after passing through these reforms, almost all of Schwarzenegger’s political capital was consumed by the time Schwarzenegger resigned. In retrospect, he believes that recalls were primarily an expression of much larger social forces. “In 2003 we got out of the global recession-this was a global phenomenon-and alongside it was a state issue,” he said. He felt bipartisan compassion when Newsom was caught in a Michelin-starred restaurant in November after telling Californians who were tired of the pandemic not to gather. “Oybay!” He said with a laugh. “It-you know, you can see how it can happen. But you crunch, and you say it’s not time to make this a problem. In a recall, it just ignited so much fuel. ”The scandal reported that Schwarzenegger had a domestic worker and a child in the mid-1990s, months after leaving the office. Corroded Schwarzenegger’s own image when it was reported. It was the last straw for Schreiber, who defended him in 2003 after several women said he was groping. “The end of the marriage was my failure,” Schwarzenegger said. “The bigger it gets, the harder it is to fall. I couldn’t complain about it. I did. I was the governor, and of course I crashed a lot.” His kids now So all are adults and he is a grandfather. Its backyard reclining chair helped recover from heart surgery in 2018. This year’s YouGov.com poll found him to be the most popular Republican in the United States with a 51% approval rate. “My dad always said it was’useful’,” Schwarzenegger said. “That’s always what I’m trying to do.” This article was originally published in The New York Times. © 2021 The New York Times Company