Cramer is going after the Financial Times following a spat over the latest US inflation reading for July, leading to the host demanding an apology.
"Oh, I'm saying it was one of the worst acquisitions I've ever seen, not a mistake. They just got had. It's ok. Sometimes you just get...
He finished his takedown of the Mad Money host by saying "the fact is a lot of smart people, and Jim Cramer, read this situation wrong."
Cramer Tweeted that Twitter will most likely force Musk to buy the company for the agreed initially $15-17 per share.
The move will occur on July 18th
Cramer believes those between 18 and 24 are paying too much on discretionary things and not putting aside enough for investments.
“Well, I think that there should be a lot of fear, realize that the crypto situation is — this is crypto Monday,” Cramer said.
Cramer stated on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that Musk is “stuck” buying Twitter and won’t be able to get out of his agreement.
“I think Twitter if you read [Musk’s] feed, he’s like the way it was supposed to be. Hey, it’s fun, it’s engaging, maybe he’ll ask you,...
Hannity went after Cramer after he suggested inflation has peaked.