It looks like a Donald Trump Presidency could included a former WWE executive as part of the Cabinet.

According to the UK Daily Star, former WWE CEO Linda McMahon may join Trump’s team as part of the Department of Commerce. Trump, who has been very friendly with the McMahons over the years, still has plenty of positions to fill for when his presidential term kicks into full swing.

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McMahon resigned at WWE CEO back in 2009 in order to focus on a 2010 Senate run out of the state of Connecticut. McMahon was unsuccessful in her political campaign in 2010, and again when she ran for Connecticut’s other Senate seat in 2012. Outside of those political runs, McMahon has also worked with the Connecticut Board of Education.

While McMahon was rarely an on-screen character for WWE, she has been a major part of the company’s success. She was the CEO of the company for 12 years, and was previously the President before taking over the CEO role. The title of CEO is now held by her husband, Vince McMahon.

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