Last November, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. By defeating Hillary Clinton he pulled off quite an upset. Ever since then, controversies never left him behind. He always remained to be a polarising figure for all the Americans.

His principles to counter attack the terrorists and the Muslims living in the country has always raised question among the masses leading to his less acceptability. However, he always stayed strong with his views.

Now, the connection between him and WWE is something much older. Prior to joining politics, he used to be a business tycoon. So, no wonder he is and was very good friends with the McMahon family. This is the reason why Linda McMahon, The Boss’s wife is part of trump’s Senate.

We have seen Donald Trump making quite a few appearances on WWE Raw involving into storylines, as well. At one point, he bought the flagship show for one night. This storyline led to a match at Wrestlemania between McMahon and Trump’s representatives. We have witnessed the iconic moment of Trump shaving McMahon’s hair at that biggest event of the year.

Recently, John Cena appeared on The Kyle & Jackie O Show while he was questioned about Trump’s recent decisions. The franchise of the company went on to say that when he takes any decisions then sticks to it which might not be well at times.

So, it definitely affects the USA natives. While measuring his tenure whether it’s a success or not, we have to wait for the future to declare it. Here are full comments of John Cena regarding the matter:

“He’s already locked up in some controversial business and it certainly doesn’t speak proudly for America that the person who sits in the Oval Office is involved in controversy so that’s never a good thing.”

“But time will tell. A man’s legacy is defined by time. No one pegged me to be where I was in the WWE after a few months. It took years for me to establish the fact that I was going to be where I was. So, we’ll see. Time will tell.”

The 16-time world champion is all set to be back on Smackdown Live on July 4th. He will be wrapping up his schedule for The Pact movie and on June 28th and join the roster for the Japan tour, as well.

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