Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger publicly thanked President Trump for sending Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson to the homelessness summit.

Schwarzenegger usually has nothing but criticism for Trump, but he took to Twitter to thank the president for addressing the homeless epidemic.

“Everyone knows @realDonaldTrump & I have our disagreements. But I want to thank you for sending @SecretaryCarson to our homelessness summit. We’ll only solve this if everyone works together. This issue is bigger than all of us. Now it’s time for action,” tweeted Schwarzenegger.

Carson attended the Carmelitos Public Housing Development to announce the $20 million investment to 9 public housing agencies to “help public housing families increase their earned income and become self-sufficient.” The grants will support work readiness and connect residents of public housing with jobs, education, and financial empowerment services.

“HUD is committed to empowering public housing residents with new educational and economic tools to improve self-sufficiency. HUD is proud to work with our local partners to help more residents find employment so that they can reach their full potential and become role models to future generations,” said Carson in a statement.

Former California Governor Gray Davis also spoke at the homelessness summit and said he believed homelessness in Los Angeles is a state of emergency. Davis mentioned the city giving priority to sports stadiums and said that homelessness should get just as much or more consideration.