Cramer has been one of CNBC’s biggest fans since he joined the network in 2015.
His latest episode of his show has drawn nearly 2.3 million viewers and has earned him a spot among CNBC’s best-performing shows.
The popular CNBC commentator, who is known for his bullish outlook on stocks, has been in a bit of a tizzy recently over the CNBC-owned network’s reporting on the Trump administration’s tax plan, and he has been critical of its coverage of the U.S. economy.
“We are not reporting on this stuff, and it is just not true,” Cramer told CNBC last week.
He has also questioned the accuracy of CNBC news stories and the CNBC’s relationship with Trump.
He also questioned CNBC’s reporting in the wake of the deadly attack in France, which killed at least 86 people.
But in the latest episode, he was more upbeat.
Cramer said CNBC has been “really good about covering this, and I am really happy with that.
I don’t think there has been a day that we haven’t done a story on it.”
The CNBC-sponsored show “Mad Money” also featured the Cramer brothers, who were among the first to invest in the cryptocurrency in 2015, and their son Charlie.
Cernovich, the alt-right activist who has been linked to the “alt-right” movement, has also been a vocal critic of CNBC and its coverage.
Cennovich recently tweeted that CNBC’s “corporate news is a complete lie, which I’m sure they have all of the money in the world to pay for, just not the truth.
It is not fake news.”