Schwarzenegger on Life in the Governor's Mansion Actor-turned-California-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says he most resembles the characters he played in the films The Terminator and Twins -- he's both relentless and caring and lighthearted. He discusses his life in politics with NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Schwarzenegger on Life in the Governor's Mansion

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Schwarzenegger on Life in the Governor's Mansion

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Schwarzenegger on Life in the Governor's Mansion

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Actor-turned-California-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says he most resembles the characters he played in the films The Terminator and Twins — he's both relentless and caring and lighthearted. He discusses his life in politics with NPR's Renee Montagne. His wife, Maria Shriver, joins the conversation.