RAW General Manager Mick Foley spoke to ESPN to promote tomorrow night's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. During the interview, Foley discussed his Facebook post where he urged people to not vote for his fellow 2013 WWE Hall of Fame inductee, Donald Trump.
"I know our fan base is all over the political map, and you don't want to offend half your fan base, but I said [to myself] I have to be able to look into the mirror and know I tried to do something," Foley said. "I think it's a scary time.
"President-elect Trump wasn't my choice, but I'm going to be like Dave Chappelle and I'm going to give him a chance -- but I think there are people out there with legitimate worries."
While Foley didn't support Trump, he doesn't appear to be against a person with no political experience getting the highest office in the land. The Rock has expressed interested in running for President one day, and Foley thinks it could happen. He also said that Stephanie McMahon and Kane would make great politicians.
"I see The Rock running in 2020 and being a two-term president," Foley said. "I think he would be great, and I'm joking when I say I think Stephanie McMahon wouldn't be a fine president of the United States. I think she's got the leadership qualities. I see those two as potential candidates, and I see Kane as a congressional leader. Kane could win, and he's maybe the most knowledgeable man I've met in any field of business."