Dianne Feinstein Drops Major Trump/Resignation Shade, What Does She Know? (VIDEO)

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On Friday Senator Dianne Feinstein, when asked how to go about removing Trump from office during an impromptu Q & A session, replied with something so simple it actually makes sense.

Senate Judiciary Committee co-chair and Senator, Dianne Feinstein was met by people protesting outside of a Los Angeles fundraiser she was holding, in resistance of Trump and the Trump administration. She agreed to answer some questions for the crowd, some of it captured on film by Javier Panzar, a reporter for the L.A. Times.

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When a protester asked Feinstein:

‘There are so many things Trump is doing that are unconstitutional. How are we going to get him out?’

The California senator responded:

‘We have a lot of people looking at this. I think he’s going to get himself out… I think that sending his sons to another country to make a financial deal for his company and then have that covered with government expenses, I believe that should not be allowed.’

The senator continued:

‘We’re working on a bill that would do that. We’re working on a couple of bills that would deal with conflicts of interest.’

Whether through resignation or impeachment, hopefully she’s correct.

One person in the crowd, referring to Feinstein’s Wednesday meeting with Judiciary Committee chairman Sen. Charles Grassley and FBI Director James Comey, commented:

‘You looked white as a ghost after that meeting yesterday.’

During that meeting, the FBI director declined to comply with the request the Senate Intelligence Committee made, asking that he confirm or deny, on record, whether or not the FBI was currently conducting an investigation into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and it’s many ties to the Russian government.

Below are two videos. In the first, Senator Feinstein can be seen responding to the protester that asked her how to get rid of President Trump. In the second, the Senator — who has never held an open town hall – agrees to hold one.

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