Mad Money host Jim Cramer forecasts a generational wealth storage shift

CNBC’s Jim Cramer apologizes after calling Nancy Pelosi 'Crazy Nancy' to her face

"When he condescendingly says "you know what I mean" after insulting her - he's every dude who says something disgusting and sexist and then goes 'you know I was just joking, '" tweeted former Congresswoman Katie Hill, who resigned after a controversy involving her "throuple" relationship. Politico reports that the House speaker, who is holding out for a sweeping $2.2 trillion stimulus bill, is under pressure from moderate Democrats to reach an agreement with Republicans on a smaller bill or a series of targeted bills before the election.

CNBC host Jim Cramer has called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "Crazy Nancy" right to her face during an interview on Tuesday. "I would never use that term, but it is hard".

"Jim, you didn't make a mistake", Trump posted.

"When I go to my inflation handbook, what it says is buy gold, buy masterpieces and buy mansions", Cramer said referring to hedges for folks of his generation. "You know what I mean". The CNBC host then quickly added, "I'm sorry".

He immediately indicated that he was channeling President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly used that derisive nickname for Pelosi.

Cramer lamented on Twitter that he was getting grief over something that the president had said many times.

Hanging his head, Cramer said, "The reverence I have for the office is so great that I think its a travesty to ever call - look you spent your whole life in office".

But later on his show "Mad Money", he said it was stupid to make the comment.

"But you just did", laughed Pelosi.

"Example: CNBC's very bad Jim Cramer calls Speaker Pelosi "Crazy Nancy" to her face, as if that's OK to say to the Speaker of the House". "But it fell completely flat and I apologize for that".

There was no immediate comment from CNBC.

Related:

Comments


Other news