Watch CNBC’s full interview with SEC Chair Gary Gensler

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    Following the House Committee on Financial Services third hearing on the GameStop saga, SEC Chair Gary Gensler joins CNBC’s Squawk Box in his first interview at the helm of the agency to discuss the reddit-fueled spike in GameStop earlier this year, Archegos Fallout, short-selling, cryptocurrency and more.

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