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The development comes as McMahon is scheduled to attend a fundraiser with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago in south Flordia this weekend.
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'She did a terrific job for President Trump and small businesses all over the country, ' she said.
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She was co-founder of the company that became World Wrestling Entertainment. She is one of only five women now serving in the Trump Cabinet.
"She helped grow WWE from a modest 13-person operation to a publicly traded global enterprise with more than 800 employees in offices worldwide", he said at the time.
McMahon previously held the title of CEO of WWE, which she gave up in 2009 to run for US Senate.
McMahon stepped down from her position at WWE in 2009 to run for a U.S. Senate seat in CT. She was the Republican nominee for CT in 2010 and 2012. The administration official said McMahon's departure would be announced them. She and her husband have two adult children and six grandchildren. At the event, the president will praise McMahon's tenure leading an agency that facilities loans and otherwise serves as an advocate for the nation's small businesses, said the official, who requested anonymity to discuss a personnel move.