Donald Trump has come under fire in a big way – again – over the last few weeks. As most know by now, a large group of people rushed the Capitol Hill buildings ahead of the Joe Biden inauguration which is set to take place not far off in the future.
Hot New Hip Hop reported this weekend that Donald Trump is under a lot of pressure right now, but the word on the street is that he isn’t done causing problems (assuming he ever did in the first place).
The outlet says Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former California governor, shared a video today where he trashed Trump and the Capitol Hill riots. Additionally, Arnold took several members of the Republican party to task for supposedly supporting the president.
Arnold took to his Twitter account this week to compare what happened on Wednesday to the Kristallnacht in 1938 where the Nazis destroyed Jewish property before they began rounding all of them up into concentration camps.
You can check out Arnold’s tweet below:
My message to my fellow Americans and friends around the world following this week's attack on the Capitol. pic.twitter.com/blOy35LWJ5
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) January 10, 2021
Schwarzenegger went on to say in his video that the Capitol Hill rioters not only smashed the windows of the building but they also smashed the ideas and principles that so many Americans have taken for granted over the last few years.
The Terminator actor argued that the rioters trashed American democracy as well as the very principles on which the United States was founded. Arnold says the president of the United States of America is determined to overturn the results of a “fair election,” and he has intentions of facilitating a “coup” by using lies and manipulation.
As most know, this wouldn’t be the first time Arnold put the president on blast on social media. Arnold has been a frequent and ardent critic of Trump ever since he took hold of the public office back at the start of 2017.
Trump responded with his own remarks about Arnold, saying how the Terminator alum failed to replace him on The Apprentice. The NBC series that amplified Trump’s fame was canceled not long after Arnold took his place.