Democrat Senator Has Alarming Interaction with Reporter After Exiting Elevator

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Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California insisted Tuesday she had not been gone from Washington despite not being at the Capitol for most of the past three months, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Feinstein was hospitalized after a shingles diagnosis in late February, and complications from the ailment kept her in San Francisco until her return to D.C. last week.

Her lengthy absence — and Democrats’ concerns about the votes she missed — intensified talk that Feinstein, who will be 90 next month, is no longer able to carry out her duties.

The senator, who moved about the Capitol in a wheelchair upon her return, was asked about the reception she received from her Senate colleagues as she exited an elevator Tuesday.

“What have I heard about what?” she said.

“About your return,” the reporter replied.

“I haven’t been gone,” she said. “You should … I haven’t been gone. I’ve been working.”

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