JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon ridiculed cryptos as a “complete sideshow” that are useless as “pet rocks” while bashing regulators for beating up on big banks instead of focusing on the growing crypto industry.
Shark Tank star and venture capitalist investor Kevin O’Leary unleashed scathing criticism on a potential proposal from the Biden administration of wiping partial of the student loan forgiveness, slamming the plan as “un-American” while describing the whole concept from President Biden ahead of the midterm election as a “policy born in hell.”
Twitter’s chief financial officer Ned Segal said that former President Trump is beyond online redemption in the eyes of Twitter, clarifying that Trump’s ban is permanent and will not be permitted back on the one-sided social media platform, even if he decides to make a comeback to run for office again in 2024 and wins.
CNBC’s Mad Money host Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) “Crazy Nancy” to her face during a live interview Tuesday morning when discussing the stalemate in coronavirus stimulus talks.
Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) expressed disappointment over the Senate GOP coronavirus stimulus package that includes a provision to give state and local government more flexibility on how they can use $150 billion, saying Congress “shouldn’t be bailing out” states for their bad budgeting.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said the next coronavirus relief stimulus bill is going to be a “major issue” in the senate if it focuses on a bailout for “fiscal irresponsibility and fiscally reckless policies” states.