Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first words after undergoing heart surgery were “I’m back”.
The 70-year-old actor is recovering and in a stable condition following the medical procedure in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Daniel Ketchell said Schwarzenegger “is awake and his first words were actually ‘I’m back'”.
Schwarzenegger had heart surgery to replace a valve that was originally replaced 20 years ago.
Ketchell said the original replacement pulmonic valve had outlasted its life expectancy.
So the former California governor chose to have a less-invasive catheter valve replacement procedure.
Earlier this week, Schwarzenegger seemed in good health when he spoke to CNN about changes in the Republican party. The former politician has been critical of Donald Trump’s presidential administration.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is stable and recovering after undergoing open-heart surgery following complications that arose during a planned heart valve replacement.
His first words after waking up were “I’m back,” his representative Daniel Ketchell tweeted on Friday, pic.twitter.com/EmeGPelOzN
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Thoughts and prayers go out to Arnold Schwarzenegger who just underwent an emergency heart surgery. He is said to be in a stable condition at this moment. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers! 🙏🏼🐐 pic.twitter.com/OsZApk7F6l
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