Arnold Schwarzenegger celebrates America’s Independence Day with a touching message.


Award winning Hollywood blockbuster actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has taken to social media to have a message today 4th July as America marks its Day of Independence centuries ago.

July 4 – also known as Independence Day – is a time to celebrate America.

The holiday marks the day in the year 1776 when the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, signaling the official separation of the 13 original colonies from Great Britain amid the Revolutionary War.

This day is significant in the history of America is widely celebrated by citizens across the globe.

As part of the days celebration today, Arnold Schwarzenegger took to social media to eulogize how great America is and maintained that even with their greatness they still have to work hard to make the nation better than it is now.

He maintained he is always grateful to America for giving him the opportunity as a citizen to become what he is because without America he would not have been what he is today.

Happy Fourth of July! I always say that I was born in Austria, made in America. This is the store in Graz where I found the magazine that became my blueprint for getting to America when I was just 15.

My dreams would have been impossible anywhere else, so today and every day, I’m grateful for the United States. And I will always fight for our country to be better every day, because being the greatest country in the world isn’t easy. We have to work our asses off to keep improving. That’s patriotism.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger needs no introduction actually.

Born July 30, 1947, Arnold Schwarzenegger is an Austrian-American actor, producer, businessman, retired bodybuilder, and former politician who served as the 38th governor of California from 2003 to 2011. As of 2021, he is the most recent Republican governor of California.

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