CNBC’s Cramer: Larry Kudlow Is the ‘Leading Contender’ to Replace Gary Cohn

‘I think if he was offered it, he would take it’


CRAMER: "Yes, I have it pretty good, Carl, that Larry Kudlow is now the leading contender for the job to replace Gary Cohn, the leading contender. Now, Larry and I were partners for a very long time at CNBC for Kudlow & Cramer. I think that if he was offered it, he would take it. This is a very big deal that obviously nothing’s been decided, but he’s spoken to the President and wants the job. A lot of it is because he softened his stance on China, you know that he is against tariffs. I think the President believes the market would really like this because it shows the flexibility that he’s looking for."

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