Arnold Schwarzenegger

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's broken leg was put back together with wires and screws Tuesday, and the "Terminator" star should make a full recovery, though he will probably be on crutches during his inauguration next week, officials said.The 59-year-old former bodybuilder broke his right thigh bone over the holiday weekend while skiing with his family in Sun Valley, Idaho. He underwent a 90-minute operation."Following the surgery, the governor was awake, alert and talking in the recovery room," said Kevin Ehrhart, who performed the operation at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif. "He is now fully coherent, and I have cleared him to resume his duties as governor." Schwarzenegger will remain hospitalized for three days, and his full recovery will take about eight weeks, the surgeon said. The California governor's second inauguration is set for Jan. 5th.