Skip to comments.CNBC host Jim Cramer calls Pelosi ‘Crazy Nancy’ to her face during interview
Posted on 09/15/2020 8:07:37 PM PDT by rintintin
CNBC host Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Crazy Nancy to her face during an interview on Tuesday morning a taunt for the California liberal typically used by President Trump.
The outlandish host of Mad Money and former hedge fund manager was interviewing Pelosi on stalled negotiations on a fourth coronavirus stimulus package when the insult appeared to slip out.
What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy Im sorry, that was the president, Cramer said, scrambling to fix the situation. I have such reverence for the office, I would never use that term.
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And then blames it on Trump.
He certainly does not have reverence for the Office of the President if he said that was the president
Cramer made Nancy look stupid, even if not his intention. He made himself look stupid...but he didn’t really touch Trump.
Cramer got bit trying to be too cute by half.
After the show was over
“James Cramer, please report to the CEOs office immediately”
Was heard over the loud speaker
What deal can we have, stupid bitch? Oh, sorry. That was half the country.
It was still pretty awesome.
He should have just taken the heat instead of going on a whiney tweetstorm blaming Trump.
now everyone is wondering aloud if it was staged or not
Another punk. Anyone who took two or 3 journalism courses saw the trash in that major.
The truth is, he probably calls her that privately and it just slipped out. I love her non-response.
I think Cramer is a very big wheel @ CNBC. He likes the prosperity but he hates Trump. A typical elitist. I avoid him.
Cramer should stick with business topics and never interview politicians.
Blaming Trump for his own words. Unbelievable.
I’m surprised he’s lasted this long in his career.
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