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Dianne Feinstein defends work after New Yorker hit piece — but won’t commit to finishing term

By Brie Stimson

Fox News

Sen. Dianne Feinstein defended herself Friday against questions about mental decline — but wouldn’t commit to finishing her term.

“If it changes, I’ll let you know,” Feinstein, 87, told a reporter at the Capitol. “I work hard. I have good staff. I think I am productive. And I represent the people of California as well as I possibly can.”

The Democrat would next be up for reelection in 2024.

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