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The Bill Clinton economy of the late 1990s is suddenly an issue in the 2016 campaign.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has promised to put the former president in charge of the economy should she be elected.
The only trouble is, the magic of the Bill Clinton economy is a myth.
In one corner was the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett; in the other, the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton.
Speaking at the 25th anniversary dinner of the Economic Club of Washington, Buffett said that it is unlikely the U.S. economy will fall into another recession. He said the chances of that happening are "very low."
Buffett, who blames both political sides for the budget deficit, once again called for raising taxes and cutting spending.
"The problem is the Democrats don't want to talk about what expenditures they would cut and the Republicans don't want to talk about raising revenues," he said.
Buffett said "the big question" remains what's ahead for the euro.
"We've got this system where they're half in and half out," said Buffett, who is currently auctioning off a lunch with himself this week on eBay for charity. "They have to reconcile these things."
Reflecting on the Eurozone he said there is the possibility the U.S. will feel a "spill over" effect from Europe - which some would argue has already happened.