Former Republican California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has co-founded a think-tank with $20 million in personal funds at University of Southern California, according to The Washington Post.
He will hold a professorship at USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, emphasizing bi-partisanship.
Schwarzenegger, both Austrian and U.S. citizens, had dropped from the spotlight after his stint as California governor and separation/divorce from his wife of 25 years Maria Shriver—a niece of U.S President John F. Kennedy.
Talk of returning to films, reprising Terminator roles and others were on hold with the revelation of his love-child with a housekeeper who worked for Shriver and Schwarzenegger for 20 years.
Schwarzenegger, born in 1947 in Austria, came to the U.S. as a body builder champ, went on to act in Hollywood, started several businesses, and was elected governor in a recall election of California Gov. Gray Davis in 2003.
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