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At the WWE Hall of Fame Saturday night, Madison Square Garden flipped Donald the bird—in a big way. The booing began as soon as commentator Vince McMahon launched into the nicer-than-necessary induction. Trump was booed throughout the duration of his speech, forcing him to cut it short and, eventually, exit the building. But he wasn’t leaving until the crowd met his son, who—yep—also got booed and his daughter who ... well, didn’t. Following the cheers for Ivanka, Trump exclaimed how happy he was that at least one member of the family was accepted by the MSG audience! That’s enough, Donald.