Finally, Cramer spoke with CEO Nate Fick of private cybersecurity company Endgame, who said he thinks the United States is underprepared for the imminent threat of cyberattacks.
"If we're going to talk about a policy point, there's a real deterrence failure in cybersecurity," Fick told Cramer.
"The Russians interfered in the U.S. election via cyber means, because if they'd done it by sending agents into our polling places, we would've responded," he continued. "And our adversaries know that we aren't organized to respond yet digitally."
Yet what many know as the "election hack," or the Russian-led hack and release of information from the Democratic National Committee's servers in the months leading up to the 2016 election, rattled the notion that the U.S. government is fully prepared to handle cyber threats.
Fick said that all of Endgame's testing suggested its platform could have prevented the hack, but there is no way to know for certain.
In Cramer's lightning round, he sped through his take on a number of caller favorite stocks:
HSBC Holdings: "See, my problem is that it's got that 10 percent yield. The 10 percent yield scares me. I always feel that when you see that yield like that, that is a red flag and something could happen to it, so I'm going to have to say no to that one."
Canada Goose: "Listen, at $15 bucks, I think it's good. I know people don't want to own apparel, I know people feel like the stock is too hot. Not for me. I like it."
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