Republican presidential nominee John McCain said he would like to see Andrew Cuomo, the Democratic attorney general of New York, as the new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
“I think he is somebody who could restore some credibility, lend some bipartisanship, to this effort,” McCain said on CBS’s “60 Minutes.”
He said Cuomo had “respect” and “prestige,” and praised his tenure as secretary of housing and urban development in the Clinton administration.
Cuomo, the son of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, replaced Eliot Spitzer as attorney general in 2007.
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