Democrats and Republicans introduced dueling gun proposals this week in the Senate with Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) pushing a new gun-ban proposal and Sen. John Cornyn (R., Tex.) attempting to expand gun-carry protections across the country.
California senator Dianne Feinstein didn’t even wait for her longtime political ally and junior colleague Kamala Harris to throw her hat in the 2020 primary ring before endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden, stressing the importance of “seniority” for the job.
Only weeks after securing a full fifth term, Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) appears to be positioning herself to seek re-election in 2024, when she will be 91 years old.
In 2014, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif) encouraged President Barack Obama to use his “broad power” to limit the “crisis” of unaccompanied minors at the border due to “sufficient flexibility in the current law,” the same law President Donald Trump has cited in forming his administration’s policies on asylum seekers.
The National Rifle Association released a new ad opposing Tennessee Democrat Phil Bredesen and supporting Republican Marsha Blackburn this week in the gun-rights group’s latest foray into the hotly contested Senate race.