Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday said he spoke with President-elect Joe Biden about uniting the country — a day after the Hollywood star’s viral video message about the deadly Capitol riot.
“It was fantastic to talk to President Elect @JoeBiden today about bringing the country back together,” Schwarzenegger, also the former Republican governor of California, wrote on Twitter.
“I’m here to help in any way I can,” he pledged.
The two spoke after Schwarzenegger posted his nearly eight-minute video — which has almost 35 millions views – in which he likens the Capitol siege by Trump supporters to the infamous Kristallnacht pogrom.
Despite the riot, which left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer, Schwarzenegger in his Sunday video said America will recover.
He also urged unity among all Americans, despite their political affiliation.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he spoke to Biden about unity after his viral video The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ New York Post.