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As the CEO of Twitter announces his exit from the social media company and Congress gets ready to investigate the effect of Instagram on teenagers, veteran tech journalist Kara Swisher joined Errol to break down the latest news surrounding big tech. She also talked about her new companion podcast to the HBO show “Succession,” the future of cryptocurrency, and Donald Trump’s fight to get back on social media.

 

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