White House official Linda McMahon announced on Friday that she will be resigning from her role as the head of the Small Business Administration. “Linda McMahon has done an incredible job as the head of the Small Business Administration. She has been a superstar,” President Donald Trump said during the press conference alongside McMahon.
SBA Administrator Linda McMahon voiced enthusiastic support for the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) signed into law by President Donald Trump Thursday morning. McMahon attended the bill signing at the White House, surrounded by fellow Cabinet members and a bipartisan group of lawmakers who supported the legislation. “I applaud President Trump
During National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration celebrates the 30 million small businesses that are the engines of our national economy. SBA Administrator McMahon will visit small businesses on a four-state bus trip across the Southeast, highlighting the innovators and job creators that make our communities vibrant places to live, work