Trump appointed WWE Chairman Vince McMahon as one of his economy advisers to reopen the country’s economy

U.S. President Donald Trump has this week enrolled WWE chairman Vince McMahon as one of his advisers to reopen the nation’s economy.
U.S. President Donald Trump has this week enrolled WWE owner Vince McMahon as one of his advisers to reopen the nation’s economy

After the country hit by the worst state of Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States and the economy gets a major setback due to this. Many people have lost their jobs and lacs of people get unemployed after this breakdown. The U.S. reported the record deaths due to COVID-19 and almost more than 600,000 people are tested positive with COVID-19 due to which country is facing very hard times. Lockdown is imposed in this regard from the last two-three weeks but the situation is not in control yet.

In order to bring back a normal life to the country, Donald Trump is now finding a solution to stabilizes the economy and save it from further destruction. He is consulting the big names in different industries of the U.S. in order to get help from them in stranding the economy to the place. He also consulted the key person in the sports industry that is WWE owner and chairman McMahon.

But, don’t worry we’re not going back to revisit the WrestleMania 23 match within which Donald Trump received a stunner from Stone Cold Steve Austin and helped shave Vince McMahon bald, or a minimum of we hope not. Because Mr. McMahon is one of the key figures of industries that includes sports, banking, agriculture, retail and technology which are announced as American Economic Revival Industry Group.

This news comes after the news that tells that WWE was listed under “important businesses” which are to keep dispensing trade during these critical times. It has been also noted that WWE sacked many wrestlers and staff yesterday in the company’s largest extraction at the same time. WWE still running its weekly shows in front of no fans present there.

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The names including Amazon owner Jeff Bezos, Tesla owner Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook amongst many others including Mark Zuckerberg and Dana White in that economy revival group. Mr. Trump said: “Now, we have a list of people that I’ll be speaking to over the next very short period of time, in many cases, tomorrow. We have a list of different industries that I’ll be discussing by, meeting by telephone, because we don’t want people traveling right now. Those are the names we have on our list. The names that are, I think, the best and the smartest, the brightest, and they’re going to give us some ideas.”

The members of the economic revival group are announced but still, the respective roles have yet to be revealed. In the recent press release issued by White House stated: “These bipartisan groups of American leaders will work together with the White House to chart the path forward toward a future of unparalleled American prosperity.”



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