WWE star Daniel Bryan posted - then quickly deleted - a tweet mocking Donald Trump on Thursday evening.
The current US President took on Democrat candidate Joe Biden in a televised debate ahead of the election on November 3.
During the broadcast, Bryan took to social media to tell his followers that the POTUS was making him 'laugh out loud'.
He tweeted: "'I am the least racist person in this room' literally made me laugh out loud. In my hotel room. By myself. #Debates2020."
The SmackDown star didn't leave his message up for long, quickly deleting it. But his tweet was screenshotted by plenty of people.
Check it out below:
Of course, Bryan is not the first WWE star to share his feelings about President Trump.
Batista has been very vocal in slamming him on numerous occasions, while The Rock recently made his first-ever endorsement ahead of the 2020 election - for Joe Biden.
In a video posted on his social media, Rock urged the US to make 'progress through kindness,' saying:
"In this critical election, I believe Biden and Harris are the best to lead our country and as my first ever Presidential endorsement, I proudly endorse them for the presidential office of our United States.
"Progress takes courage, humanity, empathy, strength, grit, kindness and respect. Being kind and respectful to one another will always matter.
"There’s a lot of ways that we as a human race can make progress. But the most powerful way for us to make progress, to me, is through humanity, is through decency.
"Progress through humanity, progress through decency, through equality. Progress through kindness, because kindness matters."
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