CNBC's Scott Wapner speaks first with Carl Icahn after news of SEC and FBI insider trading probe.
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Icahn to Wapner:
"We've never heard from the FBI."
"We've gotten no subpoenas."
"We don't know of any investigation."
"The WSJ story is irresponsible."
"I don't know Phil Mickelson. I've heard of him but I've never met him."
"I do know Bill Walters from Las Vegas."
"We're proud of our 50 year unblemished record."
"I have never given out inside information."
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