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Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon expected resignation of President Trump, the Cabinet, a source familiar with their plans confirmed to Fox News on Friday.

McMahon’s next move is unclear, at this point.

You could join the Trump told the associated America the First action Super PAC, which is separate from the 2020 Trump’s re-election campaign, a source familiar with the talks on the matter on Fox News on Friday.

Politically, the outlet, the first of McMahon’s logged in to leave plans for the management, said she is allegedly expected to re-join the private sector.

The President nominated McMahon, 70, head of the Small Business Administration in December of 2016. She confirmed in February 2017 to your post.

McMahon, in addition to her husband, Vince, the co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. McMahon served as the chief executive officer for the WWE. You joined in 2009 to run for the Senate.

McMahon lost the race in 2010 and 2012, spending nearly $100 million of their own money on the campaign. But both of their Democratic opponents from Connecticut, Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, has approved your nomination for the leadership of the SBA.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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