Caitlyn Jenner declared her candidacy for governor of California last week, with the intention of defeating Democrat Gavin Newsom. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former governor of California, has now spoken out about Jenner’s candidacy.
Schwarzenegger characterized Jenner as a “true friend” in an interview with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night, adding that she has just as much of a chance of winning as anyone else.
“The most important thing about all of this, whether it’s Caitlyn or someone else, is to have a strong vision of where you want to go, what improvements you want to make, and why you’re eligible to be governor. That is what you must persuade the people of,” Schwarzenegger said. “The rest is nonsense because the press will target you regardless of who you are. They hit me, but I eventually prevailed, so that was the most important thing.”
Schwarzenegger served as governor of California from 2003 to 2011, when he was forced to resign due to a recall election.
Schwarzenegger added, “Anyone has a shot because I think the people are upset with what’s going on here in California,” adding that whoever wins the election and becomes governor would repair “the mess we’re in right now.”
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He concluded, “Just about everyone who is thinking about running has called me [for advice].” “Caitlyn and I are very close friends. I have the highest respect for her, but I’m also very good friends with Governor Newsom, as well as all of the other people who have called me and asked for advice on running or not running and other topics.”
For the time being, Schwarzenegger believes that over 100 candidates will run in this election, and that anything could happen. in terms of the end result
Jenner sent a scathing letter to the current governor when she announced her candidacy, promising to “put an end to Gavin Newsom’s miserable tenure as governor.”
Jenner added, “Californians expect and deserve more from their governor.” “Career politicians have over-promised and under-delivered for far too long. We need a visionary leader who is committed to seeing the project through. This will be a solution-oriented initiative, outlining a path to prosperity in order to turn the state around and undo the harm Newsom has caused.”