Skip to comments.Larry Kudlow Retiring, Wrapping Up 'The Kudlow Report' on CNBC
Posted on 03/08/2014 11:44:09 AM PST by SeekAndFind
"The Larry Kudlow Report" will end its run on CNBC later this month, the network said on Friday, with host Larry Kudlow staying on as a senior contributor.
"Larry expressed his love of the network and personal pride in what had been accomplished on his program over the years but now wanted to slow down just a bit," the network's president, Mark Hoffman, told staff in a memo on Friday. "As an interviewer, he is unfailingly polite and energetic, skillfully grilling guests but always ending a segment graciously.
"Larry has always brought great enthusiasm to every program and appearance," Hoffman said.
The CNBC executive did not say what would replace Kudlow's program only that the network was "working on plans" for the 7 p.m. Eastern time slot.
Kudlow, 66, will contribute to the "Business Day" program on CNBC, Hoffman said.
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Neil Cavuto will probably scoop him up for special financial out looks.
Larry’s a protege of Art Laffer, a reliable supply sider, Reagan booster, strong dollar, permabull but a big government proponent. I’ll miss his CNBC 7pm show.
Like Larry, Love Rick Santelli!
Best wishes Larry.
Rick Santelli, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Joe Kernan are the only semi-conservative voices remaining at CNBC.
An indefatigable supporter of illegal immigration!
An indefatigable supporter of illegal immigration!
Kudlow’s best work is on the John Batchelor radio program - the most underrated on the air.
Larry Kudlow is the only network news show I tape and watch every day. Even handed and principled. A rare talent that I will greatly miss.
Will miss you Larry.
Having said that, I do listen to his radio show whenever I'm on the road on Saturday mornings. I don't agree with all of his politics but I do think he's a man of principle and I have a lot of respect for him and his insights.
He also has a remarkable personal story and has been pretty frank about his cocaine problem back in the 1980s and his recovery and religious conversion.
I hear him on the radio every now and then. He is good and I admire his optimism.
Stopped listening last month when he made a comment about how nice nancy pelosi is
Buh bye, he’s a huge Shamnesty supporter. Loser.
Completely agree regarding Batchelor’s show. For the interview heavy style of show, it is the best. Mostly conservative leaning - V.D. Hansen types. He must have a monopoly on everyone who is affiliated with the Hoover Institute - the largest collection of conservative nogins in the U.S. Lot’s of interviews with authors of history so the long perspective is maintained.
He's 90% plus conservative, so I can deal with the immigration instead of turning him off like some children.
Jim Cramer screaming and playing with his sound effects board for another hour.
Anyone who is in favor of that loses all credibility and support in my book, and I presume that's true of most Freepers.
I would pretty much listen to his Saturday radio show every Saturday... is he retiring from that too? Guess I need to read article. Duh.
Oh really? Don't listen to me, "Google" Kudlow and illegal immigration and educate yourself.
Not all that 'reliable' imho:
Arthur Laffer has stated publicly that he voted for President Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996.
“Arthur Laffer has stated publicly that he voted for President Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996.”
So what? At least Clinton had the sense to sign onto Newt’s ‘contract with America’ and stole credit for the last balanced budget the USA will ever see again.
“Art Laffer: Bush ‘Ruined the Economy’ - CNBC.com”
Dubya had many fine qualities but fiscal conservatism was not among them. He was a big spender and he was an accomplice to the housing crash followed by his TARP program that 0bama has made much worse.
I repeat: Art Laffer is a reliable supply sider and a Reagan booster.
I cringe to think what KTTH is going to put in that Sat. night time slot. They used to have Bill Handel, which I liked, but they evidently didnt.
I know what you’re saying, but I think he was another of those who knocked Ted Cruz pretty hard.
That’s the Wall Street Journal crowd, I guess. That’s the way they are when it comes to that issue.
I don’t know how many subscribe to paper editions of Sunday newspapers, but I subscribe to the paper Herald. On Sunday, in the business section, they have a section from WSJ which I used to love. One column is “10 Things”, 10 things Dept. stores won’t tell you, 10 things your cleaning lady won’t tell you( they nailed that one—I used to clean houses. ) Anyway, last Sun. they had 10 Things the gun industry won’t Tell You. I skimmed through it and was horrified. It looked like an excuse to recite gun grabber talking points. How the Journal has fallen. I would have posted this as a thread but I can’t seem to post threads properly here and WSJ is famous for throwing up pay walls anyway.
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