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'''Elaine Chao''' (born March 26, 1953; an immigrant from Taiwan who arrived in America at age 8) is the 18th United States [[Secretary of Transportation]] under U.S. President [[Donald Trump]]. She was the [[Secretary of Labor]] in the cabinet of the [[Bush]] administration.  She is the first Asian-American woman to be appointed to a U.S. Cabinet position.  From 1996 to her appointment in 2001, she was a Distinguished Fellow at the [[Heritage Foundation]], and from 1992 to 1996, she was president of the United Way of America. She is married to Republican Senate majority leader [[Mitch McConnell]] of [[Kentucky]].
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'''Elaine Chao''' (born March 26, 1953; an immigrant from Taiwan who arrived in America at age 8) is the 18th United States [[Secretary of Transportation]] under U.S. President [[Donald Trump]]. She was the [[Secretary of Labor]] in the cabinet of the [[Bush]] administration.  She is the first Asian-American woman to be appointed to a U.S. Cabinet position.  From 1996 to her appointment in 2001, she was a Distinguished Fellow at the [[Heritage Foundation]], and from 1992 to 1996, she was president of the United Way of America. She is married to Republican Senate majority leader [[Turtle McConnell]] of [[Kentucky]].
  
 
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Chao in 2017
Chao as Secretary of Labor in the Bush II Administration

Elaine Chao (born March 26, 1953; an immigrant from Taiwan who arrived in America at age 8) is the 18th United States Secretary of Transportation under U.S. President Donald Trump. She was the Secretary of Labor in the cabinet of the Bush administration. She is the first Asian-American woman to be appointed to a U.S. Cabinet position. From 1996 to her appointment in 2001, she was a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, and from 1992 to 1996, she was president of the United Way of America. She is married to Republican Senate majority leader Turtle McConnell of Kentucky.

Chao is a Distinguished Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, where she concentrates on jobs, employment, trade, federal spending and workforce issues. [1]

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