Arnold's methods questioned

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On Warren Olney's national show on KCRW, Daniel Weintraub and longtime Republican consultant Arnold Steinberg are saying that if Schwarzenegger truly did not tell his staff or Dick Riordan that he was running, it's a bad sign. Steinberg says it may indicate that Schwarzenegger will be an out of control candidate and not trusting of those around around him. Steinberg is a conservative and could be coming from that perspective, but he's also had experience with the problems that candidates who go off half-cocked can create for their staffs. He does consider Arnold a serious candidate, however.

Steinberg: We may have someone who is a loose cannon.

The show was taped before Issa pulled out of the race.

Edited 1:42 p.m.


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