WWE’s most famous Superstar joined the group of TODAY to advance his turn in the new Tina Fey and Amy Poehler motion picture Sisters. He gave them a summary of his medication managing, tattooed character “Pazuzu,” spilled some soft sentimental stuff about Nikki Bella, and after that addressed the inquiry that is most likely been on the greater part of our brains: Just what does John Cena consider Donald Trump’s call to boycott Muslims in the U.S.?

“This is brash, this is intense, and this is brash. I’m with you, I don’t know how it works out. The last time we did anything like this was in World War II, and that was one of the more unforgivable acts by the United States of America. “We are the blend, aside from you.” That does not oblige our DNA. Trump is being bested, there’s no other approach to say it.”

I feel like this is a definitely distinctive vibe from the time Cena got Hoda and Kathie Lee’s underwear all destroyed over a cluster of guacamole. Hey, America, I trust you get your confounding and to some degree alarming political scene sorted out so we can return to the halcyon days of moderately aged TV characters unsteadily needing to spread toppings on ace wrestlers. Since obliges your DNA.