Hogan was approached by reporters whom he told that he held no hard feelings towards WWE after being dropped for getting caught on video using racial slurs. Afterwards, the reporter asked a hypothetical question about which 2016 presidential politician Hogan would like to face in a wrestling match. “I don’t want to be in the ring with any candidates. I want to be Trump’s running mate,” Hogan said. “Did you hear that? Vice President Hogan.”
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