Arnold Schwarzenegger is currently promoting his tell-all book Total Recall, and the Terminator star and former California governor told Meet The Press on Sunday that he deserves the anger directed at him by fans and non-fans alike.
According to the Governator, he’s not looking for forgiveness, while he adds:
“But let me tell you, if the people are angry with me, I deserve that … I know there was a major screw up. I’ve hurt my wife, I’ve hurt the kids. I take the responsibility and I will do everything that I can.”
When asked if he would consider a return to politics in the future, Arnold said:
“I don’t see that in front of me.”
The former governor did take a moment to back away from his baby mama controversy to talk about bipartisanship in California and politics in general. According to Schwarzenegger:
“I learned first hand that the only action is when both parties come together” while noting that politicians need to be a “public servant rather than a party servant.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s most recent comments arrive only a short time after he admitted to being called out about his affair by Maria Shriver during a couple’s therapy session following the end of his governorship.
The Total Recall A-list actor continues to insist that he did not pay off his former maid to keep her mouth closed about their love child.
Do you think fans of the former Hollywood box office champion will eventually forgive him for his past actions?