Psaki Suggests Appointing a Woman to Run the Small Business Administration is a Great Help to Small Businesses
When Press Secretary Jen Psaki what President Joe Biden is doing to help their small business, her response was definitely not expected.
First and foremost, he nominated a woman to lead the Small Business Administration, who formerly worked there.
The second thing is he signed an executive order to make it easier for minority-owned small businesses to get access to the funding that they need. And third is that in the American Rescue Plan, there’s currently about $60 billion to help a range of small businesses get access to additional funds.
The part begins at 1:21.
I’ve gotten a ton of great questions on Twitter since our last video, so I took some time to answer a few more here. We covered a lot of ground — from what we are doing on vaccines, to how @POTUS is helping small businesses, to an update on Major and Champ. pic.twitter.com/X9P48csp9S
— Jen Psaki (@PressSec) February 16, 2021
The absolute most important thing Biden has done to help small businesses is appointing a woman to lead the SBA? How? How?!
Lockdowns have killed too many small businesses. Many more are hanging on by a thread.
Do not fear, you guys!
Biden appointed a woman to the SBA. That is the absolute best thing he has done to help you out.
Oh, wait. Psaki did not even bother to name the candidate or her credentials.
Biden chose Isabel Guzman, who is now serving as California’s Small Business Advocate. Guzman worked as Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet in President Barack Obama’s administration.DONATE
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