Fullcycle’s Ibrahim Alhusseini on Tesla’s bitcoin sale and U.S. infrastructure

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    Ibrahim Alhusseini, Fullcycle founder and managing partner, joins ‘Squawk on the Street’ to discuss Tesla’s quarterly earnings, whether the electric car maker should move away from bitcoin and more.

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