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“Each time, we hear kids cry, parents pray and politicians promise, and then it happens again in America," the CNBC anchor said.
Some of Wall Street’s biggest players are crying foul after amateur investors rallied behind GameStop, losing hedge funds billions of dollars. Others say they’ve just been beaten at their own game.
Leon Cooperman ranted on CNBC that the idea of a "fair share" is a "bullshit concept" that just attacks wealthy people.
The president lied that the election was "stolen from us" during an address to rioters who stormed the Capitol.
Michael Osterholm, an infectious disease expert and a member of President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force, gave a sobering warning about looming coronavirus spikes.
Shepard Smith debuted his CNBC program, “The News With Shepard Smith,” by holding President Donald Trump accountable for his behavior at the presidential debate.
“I know I found a great home for my newscast,” said Smith, who left Fox News after sparring with the network over Trump.
Rick Santelli suggested “maybe we’d just be better off if we gave it to everybody and then in a month it would be over.”
Good news everyone! President Donald Trump is vowing to protect the copyright of the wheel, first invented in the Middle East more than 5,000 years ago.
The hedge fund manager and Elizabeth Warren foe has criticized her proposed wealth tax.