Ex-WWE champion CM Punk gives hilarious response why he would blow off a White House invitation from Trump
Phillip Brooks, known as CM Punk, at the UFC 225 media day.

Two time World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) champion Phillip Jack Brooks, known as CM Punk, compared President Donald Trump to a notorious former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

The comic book author and mixed martial artist retired from professional wrestling in 2014 and was signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

At a media availability for UFC 225, CM Punk was asked if he would accept a White House invitation from President Donald Trump.

"Interesting question," CM Punk noted. "Number one, I would not be invited. And number two, no, I would not go."

"If David Duke invites me over for tacos, I'm not going to David Duke's house," he explained. "I call it like I see it, a racist is a racist."

"I don't care if you're in the White House or you live down the street from me, I'm not hanging out with you," CM Punk declared.