WWE legend Mick Foley has called for “son of a b****” Donald Trump to be booted from the Hall of Fame.

The President saw supporters storm the Capitol and invade the Senate in chaotic scenes from Washington, following his loss of the state of Georgia in the elections amid Joe Biden’s victory.

Riots have seen a woman get shot dead and three other people have died after suffering “medical emergencies”, according to authorities.

While Trump addressed the crowd, he did not address the violence as he repeated unfounded claims about voter fraud and telling the mob “we love you”.

Facing criticism for celebrities and political figures around the world, he was then blocked by Twitter and Facebook for “contributing to the risk of ongoing violence”.

WWE legend Mick Foley has called for 'son of a b****' Donald Trump to be removed from the Hall of Fame
WWE legend Mick Foley has called for 'son of a b****' Donald Trump to be removed from the Hall of Fame

And it saw Foley, who was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame at the same time as Trump seven years ago, demand that another accolade get taken away from the 74-year-old.

Sharing a clip of a police officer getting injured after an attack by Trump supporters, Foley wrote on Twitter: “This is on you, Mr President. Every single injury today is on you.”

And he called on WWE chief Vince McMahon to overturn the President’s honour.

The President, who has made cameo appearances on WWE since the 1980s, did not stop a mob from raiding the Capitol
The President, who has made cameo appearances on WWE since the 1980s, did not stop a mob from raiding the Capitol
It led to a woman being shot dead as Trump refused to accept Joe Biden's presidential victory
It led to a woman being shot dead as Trump refused to accept Joe Biden's presidential victory

“Hey Vince - how about throwing this sorry son of a b**** out of our Hall of Fame,” he added in a separate tweet.

This post has earned nearly 100,000 likes since being posted on Wednesday as fans praised the wrestling legend for his response.

“Awesome, Mick,” one said while another commented: “Oh hell yeah.”

WWE chairman Vince McMahon prepares to have his head shaved by Donald Trump and Bobby Lashley back in 2007, while being held down by ''Stone Cold'' Steve Austin after losing a bet in the Battle of the Billionaires
WWE chairman Vince McMahon prepares to have his head shaved by Donald Trump and Bobby Lashley back in 2007, while being held down by ''Stone Cold'' Steve Austin after losing a bet in the Battle of the Billionaires
Mick Foley prepares to slam Randy Orton
Mick Foley prepares to slam Randy Orton

And a third simply added: “Thank you, Mick.”

Trump started his TV career in the 1980s, which saw him make cameo appearances in the WWE ring.

And it led to the 74-year-old being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2013 while forming a friendship with McMahon.

Vince McMahon enlisted Trump into the Hall of Fame - and Foley, who went in the same year as the President, sent the WWE chief a message
Vince McMahon enlisted Trump into the Hall of Fame - and Foley, who went in the same year as the President, sent the WWE chief a message
Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they pushed barricades to storm the US Capitol in Washington D.C
Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as they pushed barricades to storm the US Capitol in Washington D.C

The President appeared in Wrestlemania 23 as part of a storyline in 2007 before making the WWE chief’s wife Linda the head of Small Business Administration until 2019 when she worked on a campaign assisting Trump’s re-election.

Trump has only just promised the “orderly transition” of power after the chaos at the Capitol.