A WWE Hall of Famer is officially in the White House. Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States with Friday’s inauguration, creating a link between the highest office in American politics and the world’s No. 1 professional wrestling company.

The relationship between Trump and WWE is one that dates back to the 1980s. WrestleMania IV and WrestleMania V both were held at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1988 and 1989. Trump became involved in a WWE storyline in 2007 that culminated with him shaving WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s head at WrestleMania 23. He appeared on “Monday Night Raw” in 2009 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame four years later.

Trump’s connection with the company, however, did not come to an end with the election in November. On Dec. 7, Linda McMahon, former WWE CEO and wife of Vince McMahon, was picked to lead Trump’s Small Business Administration.

Linda McMahon attended Friday’s inauguration, and she was joined by two current WWE superstars. WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon and WWE Executive Vice President of Talent Paul Levesque (Triple H), who are married and appear as characters on WWE TV, were in Washington D.C. to see Trump take office.

McMahon also made an Instagram post about Trump’s inauguration Thursday night. Pictured with Levesque, the caption read, “On our way to the Candlelight Dinner as a part of the #presidentialinauguration! I couldn’t be more proud to support my mom and be a part of this historic week.”

Most WWE superstars have refrained from discussing politics in public, though a few of the company’s most recognizable wrestlers have commented on Trump in recent months.

When asked on Twitter on Jan. 10 if he thinks Trump will “screw up America badly,” long-time wrestler Randy Orton replied, “No, I don’t. Thanks for asking.” John Cena, the face of WWE for over a decade, portrayed Trump in a “Saturday Night Live” skit last month. After discussing Trump’s relationship with WWE on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” in August, Cena jokingly told the audience, “So guys, this is all my fault.”

Linda McMahon’s confirmation hearing is set for Tuesday.