Watch CNBC’s full interview with Kynikos’ Jim Chanos and journalist Bethany McLean on Enron’s fall

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Enron was the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history and led to several former executives at the company going to prison for their role in the epic collapse. Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder and president, and Vanity Fair contributor Bethany McLean, join ‘Halftime Report’ to discuss the fall of Enron.

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