President Trump Joins Director Linda McMahon For White House Small Business Event…

Earlier today President Donald Trump joined Director of Small Business Administration Linda McMahon and Ivanka Trump for an event discussing administration policy toward supporting U.S. small businesses.

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17 Responses to President Trump Joins Director Linda McMahon For White House Small Business Event…

  1. Southern Son says:

    Honestly, I had forgotten all about Mrs. McMahon, and what she had been doing for MAGA.
    Great to know another She Lion is Working for America First too!

    Liked by 8 people

  2. FofBW says:

    PT has such Great optimism for our country and people.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Pam says:

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  4. alliwantissometruth says:

    Good. Small business is the bread & butter of our economy. It’s local economy, local power & local community building

    Perhaps when we straighten this trade / economic mess out & prices for products are more even across the board, we can begin to see small business once again thrive & local economies become self sufficient

    The big box stores & global corporations have created a stranglehold on local business & care nothing about American communities & the people who live in them

    Small business creates real jobs, local jobs, & with enough supply & demand, can reinvigorate entire communities

    This global economy nonsense is just another way to sap our economic strength & turn us into serfs working service jobs

    Liked by 10 people

    • railer says:

      Amen. The globalists seek to destroy their competition, and use government to do so. It’s the little guy who gets hurt by this, with businesses suffering and profits and offerings curtailed. A level playing field means corporate welfare isn’t just for Goldman Sachs’ clients, but for all corporations. The welfare of all is important, not just the select few. Regulation and tax reforms should be focused on small business to a great extent, and the corporate welfare to the big boys should be cut.

      Liked by 2 people

  5. fedback says:

    Very interesting Q & A with Director McMahon and Ivanka
    They did very well

    Liked by 3 people

  6. dayallaxeded says:

    I’d like to see Mrs. McMahon clothesline, then body slam CNN! You know she can!

    Liked by 2 people

  7. DanDeplorable says:

    Mr. President and Mrs. McMahon should double-clothesline, double dropkick, double bodyslam and THEN sleeper-hold CNN.
    We’ve all seen videos of what “Big Train” Trump is capable of!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Mike Watson says:

    In order to do away with business taxes it would be useful for Director McMahon to generate some appropriate guide lines for calculating the personal income of a business owner for payment of a flat income tax. Because the current system allows income to be hidden in operating expenses the small business community may not like being asked to pay a straight 10% or any other percentage flat income tax. Hopefully it would be low enough to be attractive to the honest business people.


  9. fleporeblog says:

    Our President always shines hen he is talking about the economy, jobs, regulations, tax reform etc. I think even our President is a bit surprised by the 2.6% GDP for the second quarter. Just like a boss he decided to push the mark beyond 3%! The truth of the matter is that 3% and even 4% is possible without repealing Obamacare or tax reform. The Energy Revolution has set his country up for greatness.

    I was also encouraged by Ivanka pushing the Apprenticeship Progam. More and more small and large businesses are having trouble finding qualified employees for excellent paying jobs. Utilizing Community Colleges is a fantastic idea. Haveing businesses work with these colleges on curriculum and job training is such a win-win opportunity! Generation Z and even the millennials can get into these programs and jobs at very little out of pocket expenses that can payoff in six figure jobs.

    This has to be the push! Once we get back to creating mechanics, plumbers, pipe fitters, electricians, carpenters etc, this country will be humming like it did after WWII!

    Liked by 2 people

    • PreNanny says:

      While I understand the need for the younger generations to have opportunities, there are 10’s of millions of 30,40,50 and 60 year old Americans that need more than a distribution center job or working at a box store. I hope the apprenticeship programs are open to all ages. Nutmeggers ( CT voters ) were nuts to not hire Linda McMahon as their US Senator
      am looking forward to her continued work at the SBA and hearing more about it when she does not have to share the stage.

      Liked by 1 person

    • pacnwbel says:

      Apprenticeships lead to jobs, good solid jobs where practical skills count. Too many Americans have been misled as to the value of attending universities where students often waste their time and resources following dead end studies just to get a degree in something.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Binkser1 says:

    Too bad Mrs. McMahon didn’t have her husband send some of the WWE’s wrestlers to come in and hit members of the press with steel chairs. =)


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