Former Senate candidate Linda McMahon meets with President-Elect Trump

- FILE - Linda McMahon (AP)

NEW YORK (WTNH) — Former U.S. Senate candidate and Connecticut resident Linda McMahon met with President-Elect Donald Trump in New York City Wednesday.

McMahon, co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), entered Trump Tower Wednesday afternoon to meet with the President-Elect. Specific details of their meeting have not yet been made public, and McMahon did not answer questions from ABC news as she left the building.

McMahon ran twice for U.S. Senate in Connecticut. In 2010, she lost to Richard Blumenthal. McMahon ran again in 2012, losing to Chris Murphy.

President-Elect Trump has known Linda McMahon, as well as her husband, Vince McMahon, for many years. Mr. Trump has appeared on multiple WWE programs in the past.

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It is unclear if the President-Elect has a specific post in mind for McMahon.

News 8 is working to get additional information on today’s meeting, and will update this story as new details become available.