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Fannie Mae CEO Agrees: Trump and Hillary should talk more about housing | Mandelman Matters

``... now Fannie and I apparently agree on one thing... the candidates are both missing the boat by ignoring future U.S. housing policy in their respective campaigns... At a minimum, wouldn't you expect to hear Hillary talking about what she plans to do about affordable housing in this country? We have a huge shortage in this area and doesn't it sound like something a Democrat would be men
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