How do you effectively fight a U.S. Ebola outbreak?
Part of the prescription is more government oversight, at least according to Arizona Republican Senator and onetime presidential candidate John McCain.
McCain's constituents are worried about Ebola, he said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday morning.
“There has to be more reassurance given to them," McCain said. "I would say that we don’t know exactly who’s in charge. There has to be some kind of czar.”
You may remember McCain as being the man who once criticized President Barack Obama for having, "more czars than the Romanovs — who ruled Russia for 3 centuries."
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