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CNBC's Jim Cramer on Obama: greatest wealth destruction ever

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(Read caption) A new feud has broken out between the White House and CNBC. This time Mad Money's Jim Cramer is criticizing Obama's policies. On the Today Show yesterday, Cramer said the president's budget has, "put a level of fear in this country that I have not seen ever in my life."

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How about the new feud between CNBC wildman Jim Cramer and White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs?

Now it's not nearly as incendiary as the Limbaugh-Steele fight, but it's yet another media personality that Gibbs has gone after.

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Cramer, a former supporter of Obama, criticized the president yesterday on the Today Show, saying that his budget has "basically put a level of fear in this country that I have not seen ever in my life."

"This is the most, greatest wealth destruction I've seen by a president," he added.

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