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Wynn was accused of sexual misconduct by employees at his flagship Las Vegas casino. He was subsequently ousted as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee.
Cramer said Wynn has a management style like no other and anyone who has bet against him in the past has gotten steamrolled.
Steve Wynn is Wynn resorts, Cramer said, and without him, the company would likely stumble. Shares may have already fallen $40, but there are still many issues that could be in jeopardy -- mainly the company's expansion plans in multiple states as well as their gaming license renewal in China next year.
With all this indecision, Cramer said he's taking a pass on Wynn Resorts.
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