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Senator Dianne Feinstein

    Senator Dianne Feinstein

    Senator Dianne Feinstein

    Senator Dianne Feinstein is a 64-year-old woman who has worked as a senate in the United States for the past 30 years. She is one of the oldest senates in American history by average age, at 64. 

    Recently, Dianne’s colleagues have revealed that she is facing issues recognizing colleagues and carrying out duties in her office. They further said it’s getting worse, and she is losing her memory.

    According to the Chronicle, Feinstein can no longer perform her duties as she is getting old. She has made many efforts with her staff to represent almost 40 million people in California. 

    In one statement to the Chronicle, Feinstein said that the past year has been extremely painful and distracting for me. I had lost my husband, Richard Blum. He died in February after a long battle with cancer.

    Different remarkable stories related to Dianne have been published in the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper. These stories revealed to the public what people inside politics are saying privately. 

    In one story, one member of Congress said that I had to reintroduce myself multiple times to Feinstein during my interactions with Dianna. While Dianne said, I didn’t take any interview from him, and I have no intention of stepping down.

    Senator Dianne Feinstein

    Will Dianne Feinstein leave her job?

    After receiving news about her retirement, Dianne said, I am still serving and performing my duties for millions of people in California. So there should be no questions. I will continue to fight for Californians as I said I would when I was re-elected in 2018: I will fight for the state’s economy and the key water and fire issues.

     “For much of the past year, I had been focusing on my husband’s health. Unfortunately, he passed away, but I have remained committed to results, despite his loss, and I will compare my record with anyone’s.”

    During a call with the San Francisco Chronicle board leader, Senator Dianne Feinstein further claimed that I meet with leaders regularly, and I am not alone. I put in a lot of effort. We need to represent a huge state. So, I sometimes get puzzled about how to manage all of this.

    By: Tayyaba Zareen

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