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Cramer Dodges Any Mention Of Jon Stewart Interview

[media id=7561] CNBC's Jim Cramer refused to mention his interview with Jon Stewart on Friday's edition of Mad Money. "A lot of people are talking a

CNBC's Jim Cramer refused to mention his interview with Jon Stewart on Friday's edition of Mad Money.

"A lot of people are talking about what happened," Cramer explained. "I want to be very clear. Be very clear that although I was clearly outside of my safety zone, I have the utmost respect for this person and for the work that they do, no matter -- no matter how uncomfortable it was to be on. So I want you to take a look at this clip from yesterday of Cramer versus Stewart," he announced.

Mad Money then cut to video tape from Cramer's appearance on Martha Stewart's show. Cramer never mentioned or showed any clips of his appearance on The Daily Show.

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