Today, former California Governor and famous Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger described the January 6 protests and the storming of the US Congress as the "Grand end" of four years of "Madness" during the outgoing President Donald Trump's term.
In an interview with the German newspaper Bild, Schwarzenegger said that people are now telling him "Hasta la vista, Donald!" Pointing out that it is a message that he also sends to Trump: "Your job has ended, Mr. President!"
Schwarzenegger noted that he was unable to recognize America over the past week after seeing what happened in Washington.
However, the actor indicated that American society would not remain pided forever, and that it would eventually recover once Trump is out of the picture.
He said in his statements to the German newspaper that "This wonderful country will also survive this stage, and we can do it well in America, and get up again, to recover, in a short time."
Trump is facing a storm of criticism over the events of January 6, with Democrats and some Republicans claiming that he launched a "Rebellion" attempt against the US Congress in to prevent the ratification of the election results, which he repeatedly described as fraud.
Trump called on his supporters to attend the demonstration against the certification, but did not directly invite protesters to storm Congress.