Former WWE executive Linda McMahon taps out as Trump's small business administrator

Posted April 01, 2019

Linda McMahon, director of the Small Business Administration, is to announce plans to resign on Friday to return to the private sector, an administration official said. "Linda is going to be a phenomenal leader and champion for small businesses and unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit all across the country".

Trump announced McMahon's plans from his Palm Beach estate.

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Kuchar lagged his 15-foot birdie putt to the hole and the match was conceded. "It was just one of those weird spots". But Cantlay would not win another hole, making a big mistake by driving into a penalty area at the downhill ninth.

Reports suggested that Trump had been so pleased with McMahon's efforts that she was once considered as a replacement for Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. "She'll be an outstanding addition to the team", the person said. She stepped down in 2009 to run for Senate. She was the Republican nominee for CT in 2010 and 2012.

"They are investing in their companies and their employees - raising wages, providing bonuses and benefits, and creating more jobs", McMahon said. Like those businessmen and businesswomen, McMahon considers herself and her husband Vince risktakers who have "had plenty of ups and downs".

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Prior to joining the Trump administration, McMahon, who unsuccessfully waged a Republican bid for a CT U.S. Senate seat in 2012, advised global businesses as part of APCO Worldwide's International Advisory Council.

She has enjoyed consistent praise from President Trump, who seemed to connect with her based on their shared background as relative political outsiders who spent decades building businesses.

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This is a developing story.