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The Main Event! Cramer Comes to The Daily Show

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So last night, in the most hotly anticipated interview of the week(!) Jim Cramer came out with his tail between his legs and Jon Stewart, who took a mostly serious tone, was actually far tougher than (we, for one) anticipated. And despite Cramer’s acquiescing, sometimes apologetic, sometimes squirming tone — he was clearly nervous and not looking for a fight — Stewart was fairly relentless with his criticism and clips.

Says Stewart: “It feels like we are capitalizing your adventure, by our pension and our hard-earned…and it is a game that you know, that you know is going on, but that you go on television as a financial network and pretend isn’t happening.” Part two and three after the jump.


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