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(By Jonathon M. Seidl, The Blaze) - We already brought you an earlier highlight from Chris Christie’s interview with Piers Morgan Tuesday night (where he wouldn‘t acknowledge Santorum’s momentum), but we couldn’t let this go unnoticed: while talking about taxing the rich, the NJ governor let Warren Buffett — who’s begging to be taxed more — have it.
“He should just write a check and shut up,” Christie told Morgan. “Really, and just contribute okay? The fact of the matter is that I’m tired of hearing about it. If he wants to give the government more money, he’s got the ability to write a check. Go ahead and write it.”
Here’s the clip that will certainly add to the Christie lore: