Linda McMahon chosen by Donald Trump to head Small Business Administration
The former CEO of the WWE is all set to work for the WWE Hall of Famer
The reports of Linda McMahon being an active player in Trump’s administration have indeed come true. Linda McMahon is all set to be nominated by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to lead the Small Business Administration (SBA).
SBA’s primary agenda is to help small and budding business’ with financial aid and loans and also to get a substantial chunk of the federal contracts. The SBA of Trump’s office – which will be spearheaded by the former CEO of the WWE, Linda McMahon – is spread across the United States with one office in every state.
A copy of Trump’s announcement on the same was obtained by Reuters. According to Trump, McMahon’s pivotal role would be to grant federal regulations and to ensure a healthy job growth. The reason he chose her was attributed to her role in transforming WWE into a global juggernaut.
Trump had this to say in the announcement:
"Linda has a tremendous background and is widely recognized as one of the country’s top female executives advising businesses around the globe,"
He also said that she was instrumental in changing WWE from a 13-member operation to an 800-employee strong global enterprise, warranting the decision to hand her the responsibility. Linda McMahon opened up on the development by stating that her main goal would be to help small businesses grow by using effective means of promotion.
Here is her tweet regarding the appointment:
If you have any doubts about her political background, here is a fact to help refresh your memory. She was in contention for s U.S. Senate seat back in 2010 in Connecticut, Stamford, while also being one of the distinguished supporters of Trump’s extravagant presidential campaign in the early stages.