'Like a little wet noodle': Schwarzenegger unloads on Trump after summit


"You stood there like a little wet noodle, like a little fanboy", Schwarzenegger said in the video, addressing Trump directly. "I mean... I was asking myself 'When are you going to ask him for an autograph, or a selfie, or something like that?"

The "Terminator" star, 70, slammed Donald Trump in an Instagram video after the president held a press conference with Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.

"The nuclear problem, we have to make sure, we have to be very careful and you know if you look at Russian Federation and the United States that's 90 percent of the nuclear weapons", Trump said. What's the matter with you?'

"Whatever happened to the strong words and the strength of Ronald Reagan when he stood there at the Berlin Wall and said "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall"?"

"This wasn't a good day for Donald Trump", he continued.

During the press conference, Putin denied all claims that Russia had interfered with the 2016 USA election, with Trump later refusing to tell pres if he believed his intelligence agencies when they claimed Russian was involved.

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Mr. Brennan said it would be "unbelievable" if Russian Federation did not keep a single recording of Mr. Trump's private statements, but he wasn't sure the USA did.

The next day, Mr. Brennan criticized the president for siding with Mr. Putin and throwing the US intelligence community "under the bus" rather than doing what was "minimally acceptable" by addressing the indictments. I don't see any reason why it would be'. Instead, we must settle for Schwarzenegger verbally abusing Trump.

"President Putin says it's not Russian Federation".

Can we expect a reply from Trump imminently?

"I think it was great today, but I think it was really bad five hours ago".