Former President Bill Clinton stood alongside President Barack Obama at a news conference and endorsed Obama’s deal with congressional Republicans to extend the Bush-era tax cuts and unemployment benefits.

The two men appeared after a private meeting Friday, in which the two reportedly discussed Clinton’s experience in 1994 after Democrats lost their majority in Congress in the aftermath of a stinging midterm election. The main topic of conversation, however, according to Obama, was the Bush tax cut extension.

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