Arnold Schwarzenegger is swinging back at President Trump in their ongoing Twitter fight.

The new “Celebrity Apprentice” host replied to Trump’s latest dig Friday that he did a “really bad job” as California’s governor with a simple tweet:

The link goes to a 2006 Los Angeles Daily News story about Schwarzenegger’s reelection campaign releasing his federal and state tax returns. 


Critics hammered Trump, 70, during his White House bid for being the first major-party presidential candidate in decades to refuse to release the returns. Trump has said in the past that he would make his returns public once the Internal Revenue Service finished auditing him. 

The back and forth between Trump and the “Terminator” star is the latest in a series of jibes that appeared to begin when Schwarzenegger, 69, took over hosting duties of the president’s former show, “Celebrity Apprentice.”

Trump opened the National Prayer Breakfast earlier this week with a dig at his “Apprentice” successor, saying ratings for the show “went down the tubes” with Schwarzenegger.

The Austria-born bodybuilder turned action movie star responded to the slight with a video posted on Twitter suggesting Trump switch jobs with him.

Schwarzenegger declined to endorse Trump in the 2016 White House race.