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And tv we spoke with alan greenspan he of course would not comment on janet yellen legacy i as you think about her legacy as the outgoing chair of course she was the first female chair of the federal reserve what else comes to mind when you think about her legacy and her term i'm i'm glad you asked the that question because uh when you consider the state of the union address them all the claims that are being made as to who gets credit for what's going on i don't think that uh either the previous administration or the current administration can claim credit for what's happened as far as the economy is concerned i think that is a tribute to janet yellen that she is help guide the economy and policy when administrations in congress or sitting on their hands it's really hard to point to specific initiatives that either administration put in place that you couldn't linked to the overall performance of the economy uh i know republicans who claim the tax cut uh but that's in the last month and a half or thereabouts that dozen explain the past four and five years of growth that the economy has said so i think uh the position that chairman powell uh uh the has when it comes to the economy that he's inherited that's her legacy at this juncture okay so you mentioned jay powell let's go with going forward what's his biggest headwind this year what would be his biggest challenge allow you said he's been given a decent economy here right i think this is a case where he wants.