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"Steve Jobs" biographer Walter Isaacson was a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last night, and he talked about the Apple founder. While everyone can agree he was a genius...was he likable? "He's a risk-taker, a gambler, charismatic, compelling," Isaacson told Piers Morgan. But: "If somebody said something stupid, instead of saying 'I'm not sure I agree with you' he'd say 'that's the stupidest blank-blank-blank idea I've ever heard.'"
Isaacson also described Jobs' relationship with his daughter, and his father:
Said Isaacson: "The people who Steve had trouble with, eventually they all bond with him."
Of his father, Jobs said: "He just didn't want to have anything to do with the guy."