Arnold Schwarzenegger has a message for President Trump: It’s time to tell the world he rejects “the support of white supremacists.”

“There are not two sides to bigotry and there are not two sides to hatred,” California’s former GOP governor says in a video released Thursday by ATTN:. “And if you choose to march with a flag that symbolizes the slaughter of millions of people, there are not two sides to that.”

Schwarzenegger’s video message comes days after Trump reignited a firestorm of criticism on Tuesday when he said there was “blame on both sides” for the violence that erupted at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Heather Heyer, 32, was killed and more than a dozen people were injured when a driver, who allegedly had connections to white supremacists, plowed his vehicle into a crowd of anti-racist protesters, according to police.



“What about the alt-left that came charging at the — as you say, the alt-right?” Trump in comments at Trump Tower in New York on Tuesday. “Do they have any semblance of guilt? What about the fact they came charging with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. As far as I am concerned, that was a horrible, horrible day.”

“The only way to beat the loud, angry voices of hate, is to beat them with louder, more reasonable voices. That includes you, President Trump,” Schwarzenegger says in the ATTN: video, looking directly into the camera.

“In fact, as president of this great country, you have a moral responsibility to send an unequivocal message: you won’t stand for hate and racism,” the “Terminator” star continues. “Now let me help you write your speech a little bit: As president of the United States, and as a Republican, I reject the support of white supremacists.”

Schwarzenegger, 70, then picks up a bobblehead resembling Trump and asks, “Was that that difficult?”

The Hollywood star — who took over hosting duties from Trump on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” and has repeatedly sparred on social media with the president — then directly addresses the “neo-Nazis, the white nationalists, and the neo-Confederates.”

“Let me be just as blunt as possible: Your heroes are losers.

“Believe me, I know the original Nazis. I was born in Austria in 1947, shortly after the second World War.”

Schwarzenegger says that, as a child, he was surrounded by “broken men” who were “misled into a losing ideology.”

“It’s never too late to make the choices to learn and to evolve, and to understand that all human beings have equal value,” Schwarzenegger advises.

“Those of you who have been silent, you must also evolve. I learned a long time ago that the only way we can eliminate hatred is to face it head on.”