California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he'd say yes if Barack Obama is elected president and offers him a position in his administration.
"I'm always ready to help in any way I can the United States," Schwarzenegger said Sunday on ABC's "This Week." "Because as you know, I've committed myself to be a public servant, because this country has given me everything. And so this is my time now."
Schwarzenegger has endorsed fellow Republican John McCain for president, but he said he'd "take [Obama's] call now and I'd take his call when he's president, anytime. Remember, no matter who is president, I don’t see this as a political thing. I see this as we always have to help, no matter what the administration is.”
Schwarzenegger has been mentioned as a possible energy and environmental adviser to Obama. Obama has applauded Schwarzenegger’s work on climate change and has raised his name in discussions of possible Cabinet officers.
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