Arnold Schwarzenegger calls Donald Trump a "little wet noodle"

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'You literally sold out at this press conference our intelligence community, our justice system and worst of all our country, ' Schwarzenegger said of Trump's widely perceived attack on the United State's own intelligence community and the Justice Department.

Trump has been criticized by dozens of lawmaker and former intelligence officials for his performance during a press conference with Putin Monday, when he offered his support of Putin's denial of Russian meddling and blamed both the USA and Russia for the decline in relations between the two nations.

"I still don't understand why he didn't trust John Bolton, Mike Pompeo to be in that meeting", Mr. Brennan said.

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President Trump has been facing harsh criticism over his controversial decision to side with Putin at the Helsinki summit, during which he denounced intelligence claims of Russian interference in the 2016 election. "I was asking myself when you are going to ask him for an autograph or a selfie or something like that?" You shouldn't do that. What's the matter with you?'

"I believe that whatever Mr. Trump said in that meeting is now memorialized on Russian tape and will be utilized by Putin against Trump", the former Central Intelligence Agency director said. "Gorbachev, tear down this wall?' What happened to all that?" Instead, we must settle for Schwarzenegger verbally abusing Trump. In March, the "Terminator" star told Deadline that he was glad Trump had only made one trip to his home state.

Before ending the video with an enormous, devastating sigh, Schwarzenegger makes reference to former president Ronald Reagan's speech during the Cold War. After the season ended, he said that he would not do another season because people wouldn't watch due to the show's association with the president.

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