Triple H: Donald Trump Seriously Called to Ask If WWE Is Real

Bryan Brandom
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Eight years ago, before anyone could conceive of the only human in America that can't run a successful casino becoming the most powerful person in the free world, WWE wrestlers were laughing at the inability of Donald Trump to separate what happens in the (I can't stress this enough) fake wrestling promotion from reality.

A year earlier, the WWE ran a storyline in which majority owner and CEO Vince McMahon fell victim to an exploding limousine.

Then in 2008, Triple H—a former WWE champion, McMahon's son-in-law, and a current executive vice president of the promotion—visited radio's Opie and Anthony Show to explain just how many people believed McMahon was actually murdered by his coworkers, including America's president-elect, Trump.

(Start the video at the 2:30 mark.)

Trump should know better, not just because his extensive history with the WWE should have at some point tipped him off that everything is scripted and predetermined, but because he's, "like, a smart person" who purports to be not a racist seven-year-old operating a saggy, human-ish robot from the inside.

Congratulations, America, you elected a born-rich version of this guy as your leader for the next four years.

 

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