Arnie tips Blair for Terminator Tony

Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday gave Tony Blair a few suggestions for when he says “Hasta la vista” to being British prime minister.

The Hollywood actor, now the Republican Governor of California, was asked if he had any tips for Blair, with whom he signed a partnership agreement to tackle global warming.

“I really can’t give him advice,” said Austria-born “Arnie” following their discussions with industry leaders at British oil giant BP’s Port of Long Beach facility.

“Maybe head of the United Nations, maybe something that is a step up. Who knows what it is because it is a big job that he has right now,” he added.

“I think whatever job he wants he will get because he’s got such a good success rate at home and he’s done such a remarkable job in Europe and England and in the world as a leader.

“If he wants a job in Hollywood I could get him to play Terminator 4.”

Blair came to power in 1997 but has announced that he will not be standing for a fourth straight term of office, although not when he will step down.

To Schwarzenegger’s offer, he said: “That’s definitely the best offer I’ve had.

“Actually, the sad thing is, it’s the only offer I’ve had.”—AFP

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