It's no secret that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Trump don't have the best relationship, with their most recent spat revolving around the actor taking on the role as the new host of the "Celebrity Apprentice." The latest chapter in their feud comes in the form of Trump's latest budget proposal, which the star of the "Terminator" franchise is not happy about.

Arnold on Trump

Ever since the start of his campaign for president, Donald Trump has not been on the same page as most of the stars in Hollywood. While celebrities have made a habit out of bashing the former host of "The Apprentice," it's been former California Gov.

Arnold Schwarzenegger who has the political experience to add credibility to his criticism. Though Schwarzenegger is a well-known Republican, he is considered a moderate who backed Ohio Gov. John Kasich during the Republican primary. After Trump locked up the party's nomination, Schwarzenegger couldn't get himself to support the billionaire real estate mogul, setting the stage for the feud between the two men to escalate in the months that followed. Since the election, Trump and Schwarzenegger have engaged in a heated war of words, with the president mocking the actor on more than one occasion for failing to bring in ratings for the "Celebrity Apprentice." As reported by The Hill on April 5, Schwarzenegger decided to give his thoughts about a certain aspect of Trump's recently proposed budget.

While appearing at the National After School Summit in California on Wednesday, Arnold Schwarzenegger called out Donald Trump over his plan to make major cuts to education programs. "Why does the President of the United States cut after-school programs and cut from the kids out of their budget $1.2 billion?" Schwarzenegger asked.

"President Trump promised us that he wants to 'make America great again,' Arnold Schwarzenegger pointed out, before adding, "That's not how you make America great, by taking $1.2 billion away from the children and robbing them blind!" "Why would he do that?" he continued to wonder, while also asking, "Why would he want to balance the budget on the backs of those kids."

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As Arnold Schwarzenegger and others continue to direct their criticism at the president, Donald Trump doesn't appear willing to back down from his agenda, regardless of the growing backlash against him. After just two months in office, Trump is sitting on a historically low approval rating of just 34 percent, which doesn't look to be improving anytime soon.