Arnold Schwarzenegger says he spoke to Biden about unity after his viral video

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Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday said he spoke with President-elect Joe Biden about uniting the country — a day after the Hollywood star’s viral video message about the deadly Capitol riot.

“It was fantastic to talk to President Elect @JoeBiden today about bringing the country back together,” Schwarzenegger, also the former Republican governor of California, wrote on Twitter.

“I’m here to help in any way I can,” he pledged.

The two spoke after Schwarzenegger posted his nearly eight-minute video — which has almost 35 millions views – in which he likens the Capitol siege by Trump supporters to the infamous Kristallnacht pogrom.

Despite the riot, which left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer, Schwarzenegger in his Sunday video said America will recover.

He also urged unity among all Americans, despite their political affiliation.

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