On the April 6 edition of “Monday Night Raw,” neither Triple H or Stephanie McMahon appeared on the program. According to the show’s broadcast team, the two took a “vacation” for the week. Now, according to Dave Meltzer in a recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon may stay off of WWE programming for the next four-to-five weeks.
Back on Oct. 15, 2014, WWE announced that Stephanie McMahon was selected as one of nine 2015 Eisenhower USA Fellows. Her and eight other United States leaders will get to participate in a prestigious international leadership exchange program reserved for outstanding professionals.
Beginning April 5, the Eisenhower USA Fellows were slated to go on a four-to-five week trip, in which it would visit one or two international territories. Potential countries from its list of 42 included Australia, India, Bangladesh, Nigeria, among others. According to Meltzer, there is no definitive word on if Stephanie McMahon joined the Eisenhower Fellowship for the trip. Though, he was able to confirm the April 5 start date of the trip.
Stephanie McMahon has not given any word on her whereabouts through her social media accounts. Though, on April 5, she tweeted a photo from the previous night of her daughters celebrating Easter:
While she makes WWE programming better, WWE is in a position where it can afford to miss out on Stephanie McMahon’s presence for a couple weeks.