Over the weekend, billionaire investor Warren Buffett criticized the GOP's health care bill during an annual shareholders meeting for his company Berkshire Hathaway.
"It is a huge tax cut for guys like me," Buffett said of the Republican health care plan.
While speaking to shareholders in Omaha, Nebraska, Buffett argued that the cost of health care is a bigger issue for American businesses that corporate taxes.
“Medical costs are the tapeworm of American economic competitiveness,” he said, according to the New York Times.
The billionaire investor added that his federal taxes would have decreased by 17 percent last year if the GOP bill were law at the time.
"That is in the law that was passed a couple days ago," he added. "Anybody with $250,000 a year of adjusted gross income and a lot of investment income is going to have a huge tax cut."
Buffett, who is close with former President Barack Obama, previously went after President Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns.
In the past, Buffett has also pushed back against tax policies that favor the wealthy. He was famously quoted saying it's unfair that he pays a lower tax rate than his secretary and other employees.
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