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Fox Business Network's John Layfield discussed the Small Business Administration's efforts in the wake of the Gulf Coast hurricanes with administrator Linda McMahon.

McMahon and her husband Vince turned the WWE wrestling federation from a small business into a $2.4 billion company.

Layfield himself was one of its former stars, John "Bradshaw" Layfield.

He discussed how he was a part of the WWE as it grew into the worldwide name it is today, and credited McMahon with bringing that business acumen to the agency.

McMahon said her SBA released 68,000 loans in the wake of the 2017 hurricane, which totaled $30 billion in assistance.

She said she waived all customary loan fees and sometimes connected the money directly with affected businesses.

"The key focus of the SBA [during hurricane relief] is to get people back into their homes," McMahon said.

McMahon was nominated to her post by President Donald Trump and took office in February 2017.

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