Arnold Schwarzenegger Back in Spotlight After Scandal?
Facing the American Chamber of Commerce Executives convention in Los Angeles on Thursday, Schwarzenegger, 64, delivered a 10-minute keynote address – never straying from the topic at hand, state fiscal responsibility and making California more appealing to investors, reports ABC News.
"We have too many of the legislators that are too far to the right or too far to the left, and therefore nothing gets done," he said.
Upon finishing his speech – which he signed-off with his trademark Terminator line, "I'll be back" – Schwarzenegger received a standing ovation.
Already returning to screen acting after putting a planned movie, the Western Last Stand, on hold and shunning the limelight when the love-child scandal erupted, Schwarzenegger has slowly been returning to public visibility.
In late June he Tweeted from an environmental conference in his native Austria.