A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington:
- Trump: Media is a " big part of the problem"
- Trump says he wants to bring back coal. This soon-to-be closed Arizona plant could be his first test
- The White House has found ways to end DACA protections while shielding Trump from blowback
- Trump says new version of travel ban will be "tailored" to meet court objections
- Trump picks Alexander Acosta for Labor secretary. He would be the only Latino in the Cabinet
The Senate on Tuesday confirmed former wrestling entertainment executive Linda McMahon to lead the Small Business Administration.
The vote was 81-19.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky says McMahon will "prioritize growing jobs over growing government bureaucracy" and calls that a welcome change from Washington.
McMahon served as the chief executive officer at World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. before stepping down to run twice for the Senate in Connecticut. She lost both races despite spending some $100 million.
The two Democrats who defeated her — Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy — backed her nomination to lead the Small Business Administration.
McMahon helped WWE grow from about a dozen employees into an enterprise with more than 800.