Warren Buffett could not be any clearer.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is doing a good job leading the automaker, he told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday. He said it's also a bad idea for the its board to include a director who will be compensated by a group of hedge funds that own a stake in the automaker.
"I totally disagree with the idea of putting somebody on the board who has an option on some other people's stock which is only good for two years," Buffett told CNBC two days after sending out his annual letter to shareholders.
"To have somebody sitting there in the boardroom who has a two-year time horizon when they make money or it goes to zero after that is just not the way to run a business."
Buffett's comments were aimed at Harry Wilson, the man who—as part of President Barack Obama's Auto Task Force—helped advise the administration about GM's bankruptcy, and how it should be organized as a new company.