Linda McMahon, head of the Small Business Administration, discusses her time as a member of the Trump cabinet, noting that her first order of business is helping with the destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. McMahon notes that she has approved $268 million in loans for hurricane relief for victims affected by the storms. We talk tax reform and how both small business owners and the middle class stand to benefit from a President Trump tax plan. And how optimistic is McMahon that tax cuts will in fact go where they're intended, given some concerns that the majority of cuts may be given to the wealthy? McMahon notes that she is very confident the President will follow through on his word of approving a plan that benefits middle class and small business-owning Americans. We also speak with her about the U.S. workforce and about how far we have to go in educating skilled workers so that young people are prepared to take on some of the skill-based work in the U.S. From Wikipedia: Linda Marie McMahon (née Edwards; born October 4, 1948) is an American professional wrestling magnate and politician who is currently the Administrator of the Small Business Administration, under the Trump Administration. McMahon was active with WWE from 1980 to 2009. During this time, the company grew from a small regional business in the North East to a large multinational corporation. As President and later CEO of the company, she initiated the company's civic programs, Get REAL and Smackdown Your Vote. She occasionally made on-screen appearances, most notably in a wrestling "feud" with her husband which climaxed at WrestleMania X-Seven. McMahon and her husband became wealthy through WWE's success, and the McMahon family name is now synonymous with the professional wrestling industry.[1] In 2009, McMahon left WWE to run as a Republican for a seat in the United States Senate from Connecticut, but lost to Democratic Party nominee Richard Blumenthal in the general election of 2010.[2][3] She was the Republican nominee for Connecticut's other Senate seat in the 2012 race, but lost to Democratic Representative Chris Murphy.[4] On December 7, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump announced that he would nominate McMahon to be the Administrator of the Small Business Administration.[5] The Senate confirmation hearing began as scheduled on January 24, 2017.[6][7] On February 1, 2017, her nomination was approved by the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship on an 18–1 vote.[8] McMahon was confirmed by the full Senate on February 14, 2017, with a vote of 81–19.[9]