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Schwarzenegger focuses on new affairs

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The man who never tires of telling people he'll be back is making a re- emergence. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who's been everything but a slimming pill endorser, is now a global policy wonk.

The former California governor launched the University of Southern California Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, which will tackle issues such as hunger, health care and global warming.

Schwarzenegger, pictured, dropped out of the spotlight after admitting to an affair that destroyed his marriage. But his return blitz includes publishing his autobiography next week, parts in more movies and an "active role in teaching at USC." The former bodybuilder is also coming up with new one-liners. At the launching, USC president C L Max Nikias called him a larger than life hero.

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"Thank you for that fantastic introduction, president Nikias," he said. "That's exactly how I wrote it."


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