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MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle Apologizes to Larry Kudlow for Comments About His Faith: ‘Meant No Offense’

Earlier this week, MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle made an offhand comment about Larry Kudlow‘s faith that she’s now apologizing for.

Kudlow, chosen by President Trump to be Gary Cohn‘s successor, made a comment on CNBC about trusting “God’s will.”

Ruhle said, “That’s an interesting way to talk about being the National Economic Advisor to the President.”

She got some flak for those remarks and Kudlow himself weighed in last night:

Ruhle’s colleague Ali Velshi was quick to respond, especially to the “Why still on air?” part:

And this morning, Ruhle offered Kudlow an apology:

Kudlow has accepted her apology:

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