Wrestler Mick Foley Wants Donald Trump Booted From The WWE Hall Of Fame
Donald Trump is facing all kinds of calls to be impeached and removed from office after a tumultuous few days.
First, the President was caught asking Georgian officials to 'find' extra votes for him to help him overturn the election results.
Now, politicians on both sides of the political spectrum want Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment after the Washington D.C. riots.
But Trump could be facing another big catastrophe. Wrestler Mick Foley has asked WWE chief executive Vince McMahon to remove Trump from the Hall of Fame.
Long before Trump was the Commander in Chief, he had a 'sporadic' relationship with the professional wrestling circuit.
It wasn't because he wore tight short shorts and decked people in the ring, but every now and then he'd walk into the arena in a suit and tie and then throw a chair or something at someone.
Vince McMahon inducted Trump into the Hall of Fame in 2013 during a ceremony in New York City.
Politico pointed out that the Trump said the honour was like no other, saying it was more impressive than 'having the highest ratings on TV, being a best-selling author, or getting a spot on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame'.
Incidentally, 2013 was the same year that Mick Foley got inducted in the Hall of Fame too.
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The CEO spoke about his close relationship with Trump at WrestleMania IV and WrestleMania V, as well as the 'Battle of the Billionaires' at WrestleMania 23, which Trump won and hosted at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.
They're so close that Trump announced McMahon would help lead the American economy recovery after the pandemic.
The WWE boss was one of a number of key figures from several industries including sports, agriculture, banking, retail and tech that made up the Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups.
The group is formed of 16 industries, and includes big names such as Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Dana White and Coca-Cola CEO James Quincy.
In total, the president shared the names of almost 200 people who will be forming the group and, as you can imagine, it's basically a who's who of the US's brightest and most high achieving. You can check out the full list here, if you wish.
Addressing the press Trump said: "We have a list of different industries that I'll be discussing by, meeting by telephone, because we don't want people travelling right now.
"Those are the names we have on our list. The names that are, I think, the best and the smartest, the brightest, and they're going to give us some ideas."
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