Brexit & EconomyPoliticsCall for accountants and lenders to fix housing crises

Call for accountants and lenders to fix housing crises

McCain's call has been reported as an effort to boost his weak economic credentials

US Republican presidential candidate, John McCain, has called for a meeting
of accountants and mortgage lenders to fix the housing crises.

McCain’s call has been reported as an effort to boost his weak economic
credentials.

The Democrats particularly criticised McCain for failing to have a specific
approach,
Reuters
reported.

‘I will not play election year politics with the housing crisis. I will
evaluate everything in terms of whether it might be harmful or helpful to our
effort to deal with the crisis we face now,’ McCain said.

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