Stephanie Ruhle, of MSNBC, decided it would be a good idea to mock the Christian faith of Larry Kudlow, Trump’s newest advisor because he believes in God’s will.
“If you noticed when Larry Kudlow spoke on CNBC yesterday, he ended by saying, ‘However things work out, it will be God’s will,’” Ruhle said. Velshi laughed in response.
“That’s an interesting way to talk about being the national economic adviser to the president,” Ruhle added, frowning. “God’s will?”
Later in the show, she questioned whether Kudlow could “represent real data” to President Donald Trump. She went on to mock his comment about God again.
“Well, as Larry Kudlow says, ‘It’s God’s will,’” she said with a smirk.
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In an exit interview of sorts, Kudlow shows he’s a class act.
“The last 25 years of my life has been tied up with CNBC, which changed my life, changed my profession, and it’s been a family to me, and, however this thing works out, it will be God’s will,” he said. “If there’s an opportunity when my service is complete, I hope very much to come back and help CNBC. It is my family, and it has changed my life.”
He also credited CNBC for helping him improve his life after dealing with a substance abuse problem.
“CNBC also years back gave me a second chance after my crash and burn,” he added. “It was Ron Insana and Bill Griffeth, and the next thing I knew, I was in the rotation, and the next thing I knew one night I was on air with Jimmy Kramer.”
“I love this place,” he added. “I’m honored to take this position—the hardest part about it is I won’t be here three, four days a week anymore.”