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Arnold Schwarzenegger completely put a troll in his place with one Facebook comment.
In a social media video shared on Thursday, the star celebrated the athletes of the Special Olympics at the 2017 World Winter Games in his native country of Austria. “These guys inspire me!” Schwarzenegger, 69, captioned his clip captured on Snapchat.
"You all are truly the greatest athletes in the world!" –@Schwarzenegger pic.twitter.com/21JWeI1dKk
— Special Olympics (@SpecialOlympics) March 24, 2017
While most comments were positive and encouraging, one remark caught the former New Celebrity Apprentice host’s eye that required his response.
“I guarantee you that these athletes have more courage, »
- Karen Mizoguchi
[[tmz:video id="0_7wr1ohbg"]] Arnold Schwarzenegger just schooled an Internet troll for mocking the Special Olympics, calling the participants the r-word. A random guy posted this ... "The Special Olympics make no sense. The Olympics are for the best athletes in the entire world to compete against each other to determine who is the best. Having r****** competing is doing the opposite!" The guy was responding to a video Arnold posted touting the athletes. Arnold responded to the troll this way ... "it's a teachable moment. »
- TMZ Staff
Kennedy, a decades-long Illinois resident, has flirted with running for the top seat in Illinois for months, as he’s hired political consultants and pollsters for the run, according to Politico. In years past, he’s considered runs for both the senate and governor, but ultimately decided not to run, according to the Chicago Tribune.
In 2009, he said he decided against running because he felt he could do more at home in Illinois than »
- Diana Pearl
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