Arnold Schwarzenegger makes fun of his Trump University honorary degree in commencement speech

Arnold Schwarzenegger couldn’t resist a dig at Donald Trump during his virtual commencement address, which otherwise focused on how he fought back after open-heart surgery in illustrating that life is about “overcoming obstacles.” The movie star and former governator of California, 72, used the platform ATTN: to deliver his speech, kicking it off by telling the graduates, “I’m not going to stand here and bullsh** you about this being a fantastic time to graduate.” Schwarzenegger — whose youngest son with Maria Shriver, Christopher Schwarzenegger, just graduated from the University of Michigan — then spoke about the coronavirus “crisis,” saying no matter how much damage it has done around the world, “the coronavirus can’t erase your success.”

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