On Friday, it was confirmed that more than 52,000 Americans died due to coronaviruses, much more than any other country in the world. On Saturday, Donald Trump tweeted about professional wrestling.
No, that’s not what Donald Trump calls “fake news” but it’s something that really happened.
WWE owner, Vince McMahon, a close friend and assistant to the president, congratulated his brother-in-law Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque on 25 years working at World Wrestling Entertainment.
WWE celebrated their own Smackdown – Triple H was roasted by Vince McMahon and Shawn Michaels.
McMahon – Triple H’s father-in-law – and Hart Heartbreak who presented him with a series of jokes and clips on the low points of his career.
His Highness even received FaceTime from his wife Stephanie McMahon, before the hour when the man addressed the empty square to thank all his fans for their support over the past two and a half decades.
After the evening, Vince McMahon tweeted, “We haven’t known this for a quarter of a century, but it kept changing the” game “forever.
“Happy 25th anniversary of #WWE to my son, TripleH!”
It is strange that US President Trump quotes a tweet on his own response to support Triple H.
WWE has hardly been innocent
WWE was not innocent during the epidemic, and its ties to the Trump administration were cited as one of the many reasons that allowed them to continue filming their TV shows.
Source: indy100, thesun