Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminates Donald Trump Over 'He Died' Rant

"I'm still here," the actor fired back with a dig about Trump's refusal to disclose his tax returns.

President Donald Trump on Thursday returned to ranting about one of his favorite topics ― how the ratings for “Celebrity Apprentice” fell when actor Arnold Schwarzenegger took over from him as the host of the reality show.

“Arnold Schwarzenegger. You know what? He died. I was there,” Trump told a White House Social Media Summit, according to Yahoo News correspondent Hunter Walker.

Schwarzenegger, an action movie star who was governor of California, hit back with a dig about Trump’s tax returns, indicating the pair’s yearslong beef is back on.

Trump continues to refuse to release his tax returns after promising to produce them before he was elected. House Democrats are now legally trying to force him to do so.

Schwarzenegger later tweeted that “instead of being distracted by television ratings, let’s fix our politics” by ending the process of gerrymandering.

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