By Victor Garcia
Published July 22, 2019
"Locked in, easy answer?" a Sports Illustrated employee asked the wrestling icon in a Twitter video titled "Unimportant Questions."
"Easy answer," Bautista responded. "Donald Trump."
Bautista's co-star Kumail Nanjiani was then asked the same question, only to have the hulking former champ answer for him with "Donald Trump."
The wrestling great has been a vocal critic of Trump, a WWE Hall of Fame member himself, expressing his dissatisfaction with the president's rhetoric and retweeting critical comments.
Recently he called Trump "President Dumb-Dumb" and accused him of "trolling the world" in response to a followers comment.
Bautista, who wrestled his last match at this past April's "Wrestlemania," has made a name for himself recently as an actor in Marvel Studios' "Guardian's of the Galaxy" franchise and appearing in "Avengers: Endgame" -- now the largest grossing box office movie of all time.
The 50-year-old actor is promoting his new movie "Stuber" co-starring Nanjiani and was recently cast in the Denis Villeneuve film "Dune" with a loaded cast set to be released later next year.