The ongoing war of words between Donald Trump and Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon. After the president continued to pile on the star of "The Terminator," Schwarzenegger admitted that he grew increasingly upset.

Arnold on Trump

Last month, Donald Trump took a shot at Arnold Schwarzenegger for the lower than expected ratings on "The New Celebrity Apprentice," the show the new president used to host before running for office. In response, the former governor of California responded by offering to switch jobs with Trump.

The feud kicked up a notch when Trump appeared at the annual National Prayer Breakfast and smeared Schwarzenegger, while mockingly asking for a prayer from the audience to help produce higher ratings. The two went back and forth on Twitter, with the president targeting Schwarzenegger's time as governor, but that's not where the fight ended. As reported by The Hill on February 6, Schwarzenegger is even more upset than previously thought.

In a brand new interview with Men's Journal, Arnold Schwarzenegger elaborated on his recent exchange with Donald Trump.

"I called my assistant and said, 'I think what we really should do is request a meeting and go back to New York,' ” Schwarzenegger noted, while adding, "And then we just smash his face into the table." The star of "Predator" continued, admitting that he walked back his anger and had other ideas.

"Then I think, 'We can't do that, either,'" Schwarzenegger pointed out.

"I think I have to be above all that and put him on the spot," he continued, stating, "Don't get into a stinking contest with a skunk." While the billionaire real estate mogul has yet to respond to the former governor's latest remarks, it's likely that he will considering his recent history and habit of voicing his thoughts on social media.

Moving forward

In addition to the issues with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump has increased his feud with the mainstream media and other news outlets. Over the last 24 hours, the former host of "The Apprentice" has labeled CNN, ABC, NBC, and the New York Times as "fake news," while also accusing the media of possibly covering up terrorist attacks around the world.