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Cramer takes jabs at Twitter and CEO Costolo again

Richard 'Dick' Costolo, chief executive officer of Twitter
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Jim Cramer's animosity against Twitter is still going strong.

Last week, the "Mad Money" host tweeted that the social media giant may be better off if CEO Dick Costolo stepped down.

Tuesday morning, Cramer was at it again with a string of tweets criticizing Twitter's inability to monetize its content.




The company's shares were up 1.6 percent to $40.85 in early trading Tuesday. The stock is down 36.03 percent year to date.

Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust owns Twitter stock. He said last week that the trust was going to go short on Twitter.

Despite his criticism, Cramer believes that Twitter, along with Google and Facebook, are undervalued.

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And although Cramer dislikes Twitter, he remains loyal to his vast following on the social media site—currently at 796,000.


And sounds like Cramer won't stop his tirade anytime soon:


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Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNBC. Costolo also did not respond to Cramer's tweets on Twitter.