NYT: Arnold 'ready for prime time'

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Top left on the front page of Thursday's New York Times (at least in California), Charlie LeDuff and John Broder of the L.A. bureau proclaim Gov. Schwarzenegger a political master who wants both to star at the Republican convention this summer — and to keep some distance from President Bush. From the Sacramento-datelined story:

Mr. Schwarzenegger, in an interview in the Bedouin-style smoking tent he has set up in the courtyard of the State Capitol here smoking is banned in state buildings made it clear that he expected a prominent role at the Republican National Convention in New York in late August.

"Whether I'm speaking, I'll leave that up to them," said Mr. Schwarzenegger, a global celebrity who has emerged as perhaps the most intriguing new Republican face of the political season. "If they're smart, they'll have me obviously in prime time."

Friday's NYT has a roundup piece on the latest race-tinged LAPD controversy, by Nick Madigan.


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