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Are jim cramer and erin burnett dating

According to Reuters, Zucker called Stewart "unfair," "absurd," and "completely out of line." Additionally, according to's TVNewser blog, an unnamed "tipster" said that MSNBC executives were asked not to air the Stewart interview in their programming the day following Cramer's , co-host Meredith Vieira stated that Stewart accused Cramer and CNBC of being "cheerleaders for the financial bubble; that you also had allowed CEOs to come on the shows and essentially lie to the American public without really challenging them." Viera then asked: "I don't want to rehash the whole thing, but did he have a point? , Cramer asserted: "I think that everyone could come in under criticism because we all should have seen it more." Cramer continued: "[A]dmittedly, this is a terrible one, and everybody got it wrong. You've had a rough week -- he was very tough on you, very tough on CNBC -- basically said that you guys had been cheerleaders for the financial bubble; that you also had allowed CEOs to come on the shows and essentially lie to the American public without really challenging them. CRAMER: Well, I think it was a naïve and misleading thing to attack the media. [CNBC anchor and reporter] David Faber did the best work that I've seen of any journalist -- print. This is a crisis where everybody has to re-examine -- you know, that was an attempt, as it was throughout the interview, to take a high road, which I was brought up to think was a good thing to do, and to go in for a discussion.

According to Reuters, following Stewart's interview of Cramer, NBC Universal chief executive Jeff Zucker reportedly attacked Stewart over his criticism of CNBC in his March 18 keynote address at the Mc Graw-Hill Media Summit in New York. [CNBC senior economics reporter] Steve Liesman broke the first big, big subprime story.

Erin Burnett, news anchor of her own news show on CNN, and her finacee Citigroup executive David Rubulotta arrive for the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference on July 10, 2012 in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg have been invited to attend the conference which begins Tuesday.

In fact, if they are defending themselves against a fraud charge they will have to make a case that they didn't know. You are stupid enough to defend the undefendable, just because as you pointed out a couple of months ago in an interview "Money is what makes the world go around..." You are just the pretentious daughter of a wannabe farmer, whom played a sport that only rich and spoiled girls played. I salute you Erin Burnett: Cramer, I know you are reading this so i have a message for you; Fuck you motherfucker, when your ass lands in jail i hope Bubba takes a grand tour trough your body cavities, spelunking style. NBC, or whomever owns that two bit piece of shit CNBC [Pump&Dump TV] should fire ALL the people who regularly appear on the screen, if not for the sake of credibility, than as a prevention to be named as one of the defendants in a class action law suit that will surely follow if the investigation into GS gets the ball rolling.

I think too highly of Goldman Sachs to think that they didn't know what they were doing... He's an older, bald guy trying to make a living, but he pretty much plays a clown with all those bells and whistles and "Booyah's". I would not be surprised if some mid-cap hedge funds and pension funds decide to take all the people responsible in front of a judge in both civil and criminal charges. Let them lose everything they "earned" while working in favor of a banking cartel. I am just looking forward to his reaction to the CNBS segment.

I don't know how I could live with myself if I was them, they must have to take some damn hot showers with lots of soap at the end of the day to scrub away the filth they spew all day. I mean, this is the same Daffy the Duck clown (Jimmy Cramer) who proclaimed awhile back that ".subprime meltdown is nothing to be worried about...." --- and several days later starts bawling on TV begging for a government bailout of Wall Street. before this particular segment seemed so....contrived. And it was also apparent that Cramer seemed particularly unnerved by these fraud allegations.

Even when it comes to mewling and begging, Cramer a complete wuss..... He acted less like a reporter, and more like someone trying to frantically manage some damage control.

Faber asks "why did you need to create a synthetic market for mortgages" (CDO market) when an exisiting $12T one already exists. I know this sounds cryptic, but it was one of those moments when someone's face and tone say more than their words.