Media outlets have been reporting that Berkshire Hathaway CEO and Chairman Warren Buffett thought the tax rule written in his name had been "butchered" by politicians.
Such reports, he told CNBC this morning, are completely false.
He clarified his earlier statements:
"I said some of the commentary about it has been butchered, but I would not say the rule at all has been butchered.
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