Bush says will no longer comment on Fed

President George W. Bush said on Jan. 30, 2001, he had learned his lesson and will no longer comment on actions on short-term U.S. interest rates taken by the Federal Reserve. With the powerful central bank expected this week to cut borrowing costs by a massive 50 basis points for the second time this month, Bush declined to comment on what he thinks Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and his colleagues should do. Bush's remarks welcoming a Greenspan-ordered rate cut early this month - before Bush w

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