The International Monetary Fund has issued a stern warning that the growing U.S. budget deficit is creating storm clouds over what is being painted as an otherwise rosy economy. What the IMF warning means and the impact of the U.S. economy worldwide.

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  • Michael Mussa Senior Fellow, Institute for International Economics
  • Desmond Lachman Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
  • Greg Ip economics reporter, Wall Street Journal

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