Hulk Hogan Teases Running For President Of The USA

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Hulk Hogan thinks he’s the man for the job of being the President of the United States.

It’s an election year in the United States as the current President Joe Biden represents the Democratic Party against the Republic nominee Donald Trump, who is the President that preceded Biden. Trump is also a WWE Hall of Famer who recently met up with WWE’s Logan Paul for a podcast interview as well.

Fans of World Championship Wrestling may recall a time when “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan teased running for US President over two decades ago, but it didn’t amount to much.

In the many years since then, Hulk Hogan’s name has been tarnished due to multiple scandals that have upset a lot of people.

Despite his issues, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan went on Fox & Friends to claim that he would “volunteer” to be the President or Vice President of the United States.

“We need somebody in there that’s got some common sense.”

“So, if you need a president or vice president, I’ll volunteer and take this country over, and I’ll rule with an iron fist, a flat tax – nothing but common sense. I know right from wrong, brother.”

As most people know, you can’t “volunteer” to become the President of the United States. You have to win an election to do that.

Hulk Hogan Promoting New “Real American Beer”

The interview also featured Hulk Hogan talking about his new “Real American Beer” which was announced earlier this week.

“I had this crazy idea because I saw how competitive the beer industry was, and I saw what happened with Bud Light and their whole promotion that crashed and burned. I saw this crazy open lane and it just reminded me of what needed to be done in this country.”

“We’re much more alike, than we are different. I just thought ‘This is so much bigger than politics.’ Because if you can’t communicate and you can’t talk, you’re not going to get anywhere with your discussions, your decisions, or with people getting along.”

The 70-year-old Hulkster added that he wanted to “bring America back together, one beer at a time.”

H/T FoxNews