Arnold Schwarzenegger Calls Out Trump Following After-School Program Budget Cuts

Arnold takes the feud offline

The Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Trump feud continues, but now it seems that the former wants to take it offline.

Schwarzenegger posted a video to his Twitter on Tuesday addressing Donald Trump again, calling out the elected President to meet him at Hart Middle School, in Washington D.C.

After Trump’s proposed budget cut of $1.2 billion to after-school and summer programs, Schwarzenegger states in his video, “when you take away after-school programs from children and Meals on Wheels from the poor people, that’s not what you call ‘making America great again.'”

Meals on Wheels, also became a topic of controversy after proposals to cut the funding for the program, feeds over two million senior citizens in America.

Schwarzenegger, who founded After-School All-Stars — a program that serves low-income students in 15 cities across the country (including Hart Middle School) — wants Trump to go out and “see the fantastic work they’re doing for these children.”

Although the former California governor and President Trump have been going back and forth online for a while now, it looks like Schwarzenegger is actually trying to show the President the benefits of after-school programs. Whether he shows up or not, that’s up to him. Watch the video below.



 

Feature photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore via Flickr.