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In a very special edition of his primetime program, on Tuesday, Piers Morgan welcomed three generations of Buffett's, welcoming family patriarch Warren Buffett, his son Howard Graham Buffett, and his grandson Howard Warren Buffett for an hour-long interview that touched upon everything from business and technology, to music, charity, and the American way.
On the heels of recent glitches surrounding the Obamacare website, Morgan asked Buffett for his thoughts on Kathleen Sebelius’ role as the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
“I like Kathleen, I feel sorry for her in the position she’s in,” Buffett began. “Obviously it’s a huge screw up, but it’ll get worked out.”
As the live interview continued, Buffett shared his personal business philosophy on handling employees under duress, in terms of choosing to fire an individual versus sticking through rocky times:
“Occasionally I have to chop it off, but basically I believe in sticking by people particularly when they are in trouble,” the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway said.
Turning to his billionaire guest, Morgan asked Buffet when his illustrious life and career have come to a close, how would he like to be judged?
Looking to his right, to the heirs to his family name, Buffett spoke from the heart:
“I would love to be judged by the two Howard's, I feel very good about it."
Watch the clip for more of Morgan's conversation with the Buffett's, and for the next edition of "Piers Morgan Live," watch CNN every night at 9.
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