On Thursday evening, on the heels of the announcement of Ambassador Susan Rice's withdrawal from consideration as secretary of state, Piers Morgan sat down with the always vocal Rudy Giuliani to give his perspective on the decision. "For me she's unqualified to be secretary of state," said Giuliani. "She doesn't seem to have the independent judgment to make analysis like these talking points don't make sense."
"A bright young woman wouldn't have made that statement." said Giuliani on Rice's statement to the public immediately after the embassy attack in Benghazi. "A bright young woman would have had enough independent knowledge, enough independent judgment to realize she was being fed a load of 'malarkey', in the words of our vice president."
Also on the program, Howard G. Buffett businessman and philanthropist who shared with Morgan his take on the fiscal cliff saying, "It's the result of poor behavior. No one should be surprised. You know, on the other hand, the world doesn't end tomorrow if we go off the cliff."
"I think it's all relative," continued Buffett. "And the world doesn't end. And I'm not even sure that going off the cliff isn't the slap in the face we need to say, folks, we need to do better."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Buffett jokes with Morgan that he's not happy about his father, legendary business magnate, Warren Buffett voicing his opinion on tax reform because "I hear from all my Republican friends who don't like it."