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Clinton-Bush 'Debate' Called Off

Wednesday, 04 Nov 2009 03:28 PM

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There won't be a "death match" between former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush after all.

The New York Post reports that the event, originally scheduled for Feb. 25 at Radio City Music Hall, has been canceled because it was being touted as "death match faceoff."

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"This event ... was supposed to be a discussion between the two former presidents, and has been canceled because it was not being billed as such by an overeager promoter," Clinton spokesman Matt McKenna told the Post. He said the event was actually intended to be a moderated panel discussion rather than a debate, as part of a series pairing liberal and conservative thinkers called "Minds That Move The World."

Tickets were to range from $60 to $1,250.

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