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Cramer's lightning round: Dollar General has done a 'fantastic job' mitigating tariffs

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  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

Sirius XM: "It needs more car turnover. I'm going to stay bullish on it. We've liked it for a triple."

Revance Therapeutics: "You know I think this is a great situation, however I still prefer to be a little more diversified and like Abbvie, which is buying Allergan, because, well, you want Botox. I think that's the way to play it."

Dollar General: "Dollar General has negotiated and navigated these tariffs, and they've done a fantastic job, better than Dollar Tree. It's a winner."

Berkshire Hathaway: "No, not a yield play. No, we don't want that for a yield play. We've got tons of others that have growth for yield play. I have actually liked AT&T and Verizon as a way to do it."

Park Hotels & Resorts: "I am worried about [9%] yield in that business. I'm going to say pass."

Tandem Diabetes Care: "I don't want to back away from Tandem Diabetes, but it's frustrating."

LTC Properties: "We like long-term health care, but we do not like long-term health-care stocks. Stay away."

Atkore International Group: "You know, it's just a straightforward building play and you know I'm bullish on America and I think this is a great way to play it."

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Cramer's lightning round: Dollar General has done a 'fantastic job' mitigating tariffs

Disclosure: Cramer's charitable trust owns shares of Abbvie.

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