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Scott Wapner
Host, CNBC's Halftime Report. Author, “When the Wolves Bite;” by Public Affairs, Hachette Book Group
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Scott Wapner 6h
Big show coming Tuesday on when we welcome back Goldman’s Global Head of Commodities, Jeffrey Currie, and Avenue Capital’s, Marc Lasry, for our weekly credit update. Looking forward to being back with all of you
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Eamon Javers 10h
President Trump, asked about a lack of testing capacity: “We’re the federal government. We’re not supposed to be standing on street corners doing testing.”
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Scott Wapner 10h
My first ever Detroit-style pepperoni pie. Three day dough and worth every minute.
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Scott Wapner 12h
Replying to @BrianWSteel @Capitals
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Scott Gottlieb, MD Apr 5
THREAD: If we'd taken certain steps in winter - and recognized had characteristics we always feared in its balance between transmissibility and lethality - we may be in different position now. Let's not have to say in the fall we wish we'd done more in the spring.
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Danny Meyer Apr 5
Thank you and for revealing the challenges being faced by 660,000 restaurants and 12 million employees who cook for you and bring your communities together. Many ways to help. Here’s ours: USHG HUGS:  
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Scott Wapner Apr 5
Dr Faust is a regular on our special reports.
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Jeremy Faust MD MS Apr 5
LISTEN UP🔊 Patients with lupus, arthritis, other conditions are *already* on hydroxychloroquine. And we are diagnosing them with covid19 *LEFT AND RIGHT* If it does work, it‘s not as good as you hope it is. And don’t give me any flimsy “resistance” excuses. STUDY THE DRUGS!
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Scott Wapner Apr 5
Just absolutely blown away by this story on the incredible work the is doing to honor and remember survivors of the Holocaust. Just a stunning use of technology. Beyond genius.
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Maggie Haberman Apr 5
. on FTN today: "There's been no...serious publication, by the CDC of the collective clinical experience...in the United States right now. So doctors are making decisions based on anecdote and their own clinical experiences. There’s really no excuse for that..."
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Tony Fratto Apr 5
Just the thought of Peter Navarro shouting at Tony Fauci about anything — let alone a matter of infectious disease — is disturbing. It would be like me shouting at on the proper way to hold a cello bow.
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Kasie DC Apr 5
"There has never been a confrontation in the task force meetings like the one yesterday. People speak up and there's robust debate, but there's never been a confrontation." joins us tonight to discuss his reporting.
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Jonathan Swan Apr 5
NEW: Inside the White House Situation Room yesterday, economic adviser Peter Navarro got into a heated dispute with infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci over the efficacy of the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine. Details here:
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Carl Quintanilla Apr 5
GOTTLIEB: The “best near-term hope” is an effective therapeutic. “That would be transformative, and it’s plausible as soon as this summer. It’s worth doing “whatever it takes to move such a drug to market.” -
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Scott Wapner Apr 4
Watching tonight episode on NYC. Loving it but so sad to see the late great chef who recently passed from . He was a true genius and pioneer of Indian cuisine in America. Gone too soon.
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Scott Wapner Apr 4
Hair is going to be a big problem during this shutdown. Please excuse the bouffant I’ll be sporting for the next several weeks. Not all of us have the clipper skills of
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Scott Wapner Apr 4
A good side but not nearly as satisfying as your fries!!
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Scott Wapner Apr 4
. has had his finger on the pulse of this virus from the very beginning. Please listen to his advice. Too many governors have either ignored his suggestions or waited too long to get on board with them.
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Scott Gottlieb, MD Apr 4
Encouraging signs spread may be slowing in many cities, especially northeast. Mitigation is working. New cases are nonetheless still building nationally; and southeast, New Orleans, sunbelt, southern California, Detroit, among others; remain areas of significant concern.
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