With the battle for the Republican presidential nominee heating up, one candidate has decided to hire a little muscle.
Or maybe, a lot of muscle.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joining the campaign of Ohio governor John Kasich.
Via the Daily Caller:
Arnold Schwarzenegger is joining John Kasich on the campaign trail.
The 68-year-old actor and former governor of California will kick off Kasich’s campaign in Ohio this Sunday with an appearance at his rally in Columbus.
Schwarzenegger has previously donated $2,700 — the maximum donation allowed — to Kasich’s campaign and even referred to him as the “terminator” during a town hall.
Kasich is throwing all of his eggs into one basket, saying “I am going to win Ohio.”
Should things not go well, Kasich has previously stated “If I don’t win my home state, I’ll get out.”
The Ohio governor has had a rough time of it on the campaign trail, ranking last among the remaining candidates in delegates, perhaps because of his defense of Obamacare or his past support of Common Core.
— Rachel Mullen (@rachelfromohio) January 29, 2016
Here’s a brief report on Schwarzenegger and Kasich going out on a lunch date.
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