"To go and ban people who have a green card? That means that the United States of America has given you permission to work here permanently in this country and you are on the way to permanent citizenship. I was in that position.
To get stuck at the airport and someone says to you you cannot come in, or students that have been studying at Yale or Harvard or different universities all over the country and they have gone to the Middle East home for a few days on vacation to visit their parents and then to come back again to continue the study ... and now they are told that they can't come in? I mean it's crazy. It's crazy and it makes us look stupid when the White House is ill prepared to put this kind of executive orders out there. (...) I learned very quickly that I have to be more inclusive."
Last October, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that for the first time since he had become a citizen in 1983, he would not vote for the Republican candidate for President" (via).
Update (2 February 2017)
Arnie's response to Trump who at the National Prayer Breakfast said he wanted to pray for Schwarzenegger: LINK
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Photograph ov Arnold Schwarzenegger by Annie Leibovitz via