Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer admitted the removal of Senator Diane Feinstein was related to painful conversations with the 87-year-old Senator that reminded him of “taking the keys” from an elderly relative.
“It was like Groundhog Day, but with the pain fresh each time,” said Schumer. “Anyone who has tried to take the car keys away from an elderly relative knows how hard it can be.”
“It wasn’t just about a car,” said Schumer. “It was about the U.S. Senate.”
Feinstein from removed from the top spot of the Judicial Committee but will be allowed to serve.
According to inside report, Schumer has “had several serious and painful talks with Feinstein” about her leadership on the committee but she “seemed to forget about the conversations soon after they talked.”
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