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I am a contributor to CNBC, public speaker, and a Senior Advisor to Schroders, N.A.
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ron insana 8h
Replying to @JonLemire
Appomattox, perhaps?
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ron insana 8h
Replying to @pegalios
Yeah, right.
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ron insana 9h
Replying to @paynedc
And Napoleon
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ron insana 9h
Replying to @maggieNYT
Very long-lasting effects
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ron insana 9h
I just eat all day and cry
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ron insana 9h
OANN seriously? WTF are they doing in the press room?????????
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ron insana 9h
Replying to @PeteDominick
Continues to say “1917” too. Even though 1918.
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ron insana 9h
Replying to @peterbakernyt
And that’s for each individual country’s defense budget. They didn’t give $400 billion to NATO, which I know you already know, Peter, just adding my own frustrated emphasis.
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ron insana 9h
Replying to @pbump @kurteichenwald
Always nice to know they are in favor of pre-existing conditions
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ron insana 9h
“Stocks will go to nothing.”
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ron insana 10h
Permanently repealing payroll taxes, as the President just promised to do, would permanently defund both Social Security and Medicare!!
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ron insana 12h
Rob, how does one reach you or your representatives?? Best, Ron Insana CNBC
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ron insana 12h
The Pleasure was all mine!
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ron insana Aug 9
Replying to @karaswisher @kevinkrim
It’s going to be like “CrackerJack” ... a Russian in every box!
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ron insana Aug 9
Replying to @TonyFratto
It’s why I have such a bright smile
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ron insana Aug 9
Replying to @nypost
Definition of irony
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ron insana Aug 9
Replying to @DTAPCAP
The 1930s were littered with policy errors!
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ron insana Aug 9
Replying to @PeteDominick
Sucked. Yours?
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ron insana Aug 8
Replying to @jasonzweigwsj
I wrote about that in “TrendWatching” in 2003. I used Glenn Coleman’s book, “No Hands” (he was my editor at “Money Magazine”) as source material. There were about 1,000 companies that made bikes from 1895-1905 until the car won out!
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ron insana Aug 8
Replying to @kurteichenwald
I don't believe he watched "Conjunction Junction" either!
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