Trump media SPAC surges over 800%, valued beyond $8 billion

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CNBC’s Leslie Picker joins ‘Squawk Box’ to report on the latest moves of  Digital World Acquisition Corp., the SPAC taking former President Donald Trump’s media company public.

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