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The professional wrestling executive tapped by President Donald Trump to lead the Small Business Administration could face tough questions about her role in stifling small- and medium-size competitors as she and her husband built a multimillion-dollar business.
Linda McMahon, 68, a co-founder and former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment and a top Trump donor, will face lawmakers from the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee in a confirmation hearing Tuesday.
If confirmed, McMahon would replace Maria Contreras-Sweet, a former bank executive and California Cabinet secretary, as administrator of the SBA. The agency, which partners with banks and credit unions to lend to small businesses, also serves as an advocate for 30 million small businesses.
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
a reply to: Trumpshouse
It's because while she may be a successful businesswoman she is hardly small business friendly. But feel free to try to deflect from the fact that Trump once again nominated someone simply because they gave him a lot of money.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Xcalibur254
There's no fire yet. I'm waiting for results, or at least actions. I'd be fine with Bozo the Clown as long as he does a good job.
If someone doesn't do a good job, then and only then will I "hold their feet to the fire."