I don't think Trump...sorry, President Trump (urgh) will be making an appearance on WWE TV anytime soon. If only for the fact that you can count the amount of times the POTUS has appeared previously on a single hand with no fingers or thumbs.
Plus I don't think he'd necessarily be welcomed as a returning hero. There's a lot come out in the wash during this campaign which means he is even more of a divisive figure than at Wrestlemania 23. I don't think even Vince would risk putting the POTUS out there only to be booed. Depends on the market though.
Last Edit: Nov 9, 2016 5:28:14 GMT -5 by kalgoroth
If President-elect Trump would agree to appear on Raw, I think Vince would love it. The appearance would pop ratings and it would give an air of legitimacy to WWE product. It would take Raw out of "oh, that's the wrestling show" and put it along SNL as a "water-cooler" show, even if just for one night. Just my opinion.
There's no legitimacy from this guy, he just turned an entire country into a laughing stock.
Why would anyone think a guy who can't even be trusted with his phone is fit to have nuclear launch codes? His mouth even looks like an asshole for fuck sakes.
This is why society need elites, they are idiots who fall for snake oil salesmen. What? Hillary remind people of a cunty teacher, so they skip school to get in the van of an orange face clown who offered them candy?
He couldn't even run a casino or a football team and yet he is trusted to run the free world.
Post by gerardgerard on Nov 9, 2016 13:15:56 GMT -5
Suppose the immediate fear is the hateful rhetoric Trump's election has legitimized. One can make whatever argument they please as to Trump's qualification as an out-and-out racist (and, yes, there's quite a case), but the sort of groups that bolted themselves to his run and from which the Trump camp refused to (or halfheartedly tried to) distance themselves outright must now feel particularly vindicated.
Voter make-up has been roughly comparable to that of Brexit. The white, heterosexual 40+ working-class got their hurrah. Anybody not fitting in that box has genuine grounds for concern, especially with the house and senate going red too. It's going to be an odd day when liberals are hoping for the rationality and empathy of centrist, moderate Republicans.