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WWE legend Mick Foley has begged Vince McMahon to remove Donald Trump from the company’s Hall of Fame.
Both Foley and Trump were inductees in 2013, with the boss himself giving a speech before the outgoing US President became a member of the celebrity wing following a number of high profile appearances over the years.
Mick – who has been very critical throughout his presidency – commented after pro-Trump protestors stormed the US Capitol building.
A US Congress hearing to certify Joe Biden as president was halted on Wednesday after Donald Trump supporters forced their way into the building.
Vice President Mike Pence was rushed away from the Capitol to a safe location, with senators being evacuated to safety through underground tunnels.
Foley wants Trump out of the Hall of Fame (Picture: WWE)
As the scenes played out, Foley tweeted: ‘Hey Vince – how about throwing this sorry son of a b***h out of our Hall of Fame?’
His comment – which received support from former WWE star Gail Kim – came after he had shared a video of injured officers leaving the riot.
He captioned the post: ‘This is on you, Mr President. Every single injury today is on you.’
Trump has a long history with WWE, going back to 1988 and 1989 when Trump Plaza was billed as hosting WrestleMania.
The most high profile appearance came in 2007, when real life friends Donald and Vince became embroiled in an on-screen rivalry which culminated in the Battle of the Billionaires at WrestleMania 23.
The headlining bout saw each of the businessman represented by a top superstar, and the loser had to have their head shaved bald live on air.
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin was the special guest referee for the stacked match, which ended when Trump’s representative (Bobby Lashley) pinned Umaga to earn him the win.
Vince was shaved in front of a worldwide audience, but Austin had the last laugh as he hit Donald with the Stone Cold Stunner.