Arnold Schwarzenegger has quit "The New Celebrity Apprentice" after only one season. On Friday, the former California governor announced that he will not return to NBC to host the reality program with his nephew Patrick Schwarzenegger. The network has not commented about the loss of another host. Therefore, fans are left wondering if there will be another season of "Celebrity Apprentice."

Schwarzenegger declared that even if he is asked to host the show again, he won't host it again because of Donald Trump's ties to it. After all, President Donald Trump is still an executive producer of the reality show.

Schwarzenegger added that the show got caught up with Donald Trump's involvement, and people just didn't want to watch the show and advertisers didn't want to support the program.

Reason Schwarzenegger has terminated himself

Schwarzenegger acknowledged in a statement that he loved working with NBC and director Mark Burnett. He loved working with the crew and the Celebrities and everyone associated with the show. However, there was one thing that was a deal-breaker for him. It was Donald Trump's baggage.

Even though Trump is the 45th President of the United States, he is still the executive producer of the show. When Schwarzenegger's season first started, Trump made fun of the low ratings during a National Prayer Breakfast.

He asked the crowd to pray for Arnold so the show could get higher ratings. The ratings were down, and Arnold believes it was because viewers still associated the show with Trump. The first and only season hosted by Schwarzenegger had only 4.9 million viewer

Trump's involvement in the show

Donald Trump hosted the "Celebrity Apprentice" from 2008 to 2014, and remains an executive producer.

"The New Celebrity Apprentice" was the eighth installment of the reality show. It aired from January 2 to February 13, 2017. Matt Iseman, host of "American Ninja Warrior" was declared the winner.

NBC had not renewed "The New Celebrity Apprentice" before Schwarzenegger made his decision not to return. Now with the low ratings and Schwarzenegger's decision to quit, the network might not renew it for another season.