We continue to learn more about Donald Trump’s cabinet picks, even though we’re still weeks out before the inauguration.
Trump’s transition team has tirelessly worked since winning the election to find the right people to fill the many roles in his administration. While the left has tried to find fault in every last one of them, Trump continues to name stellar candidates to serve under him.
So it comes as no surprise whom he selected to lead the Small Business Administration.
From Town Hall:
President-elect Donald Trump is naming former wrestling executive Linda McMahon to lead the Small Business Administration.
McMahon and her husband, Vince, founded and built World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., now a publicly traded sports entertainment company. She stepped down as the company’s chief executive in 2009 and earlier this year launched a joint venture, Women’s Leadership LIVE, which promotes opportunities for women in business and public service.
She also poured $100 million of her fortune into two unsuccessful bids for a U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut in 2010 and 2012 and has become an influential Republican donor — including to the Trump campaign.
“Linda is going to be a phenomenal leader and champion for small businesses and unleash America’s entrepreneurial spirit all across the country,” Trump said in a statement Wednesday.
Although now a large enterprise, WWE started–as most businesses do–as a small business. McMahon’s experience, know-how, and leadership will be valuable assets in leading the SBA.
Trump has promised to cut taxes and create an environment conducive to growing our economy and attracting more jobs. Small businesses will thrive in the coming years, as he implements his plans to strengthen America.
McMahon will no doubt provide insight for the President when passing key measures to ensure small businesses have a healthy environment in which to grow.
Source: Town Hall