Investment guru Warren Buffett gave a wide-ranging interview to Charlie Rose, which aired on Monday evening. He discussed the economy’s prospects, the state of Washington and who will succeed him as the chairman of Berkshire Hathaway.
The interview came shortly after Buffett published an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times, called “Stop Coddling The Super Rich,” in which he urged the government to make billionaires (including him) pay more taxes.
In the interview, Buffett stressed that it was vital for politicians, and the newly appointed congressional super-committee in particular, to work together to help resolve the country’s economic difficulties.
Watch: Buffett On The Tax Debate