Former E-Trade CEO on market volatility and the Robinhood fallout

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    Karl Roessner, former E-Trade CEO and current Lefteris Acquisition Corp CEO, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss the market volatility and future of Robinhood as shares of GameStop fall a second day.

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