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Captain Sully Sullenberger weighs in on Boeing 737 Max safety issues

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Efforts to get Boeing's 737 Max jet back in the air face more delays over concerns that pilots need the physical strength to be able to turn a manual crank in emergencies, according to the Wall Street Journal. This as retired U.S. airways captain Sully Sullenberger is speaking out about safety concerns. Yahoo Finance's Zack Guzman, Sibile Marcellus and “The Latte Factor” Author & AE Wealth Management Co-Founder David Bach discuss.