WASHINGTON -- President Clinton has finally put some distance between himself and Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan.

In an interview with Sam Donaldson on ABC-TV, Clinton candidly warned that any further increases to interest rates by the Fed could start to put a dent in what is now a healthy expansion. Unless the inflation numbers start to look more troublesome, the Fed should leave rates alone for the rest of year, Clinton said.

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