Dianne Feinstein was speaking at an event in San Francisco when the moderator asked her a loaded question about impeaching President Trump. Feinstein responded by telling the liberal crowd the hard truth, that Trump is going to be their president for at least the next four years and that she hopes he’ll be a good President.
Some people in the audience reacted with stunned silence. Others booed.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
Feinstein Booed in San Francisco for Saying Trump Could Be a ‘Good President’
“At what point do you think the Republican leaders will definitively turn against President Trump?” former Democratic Rep. Ellen Tauscher (Calif.) asked, prompting loud applause from the audience. “They’re a little late by my watch. Criticize him publicly and urge his resignation or impeachment.”
Feinstein responded that she would rather not comment, and then discussed the impeachment procedure and what it entails. She went on to say that “it’s not the greatest thing in the world, that’s for sure.”
“Look, this man is going to be president most likely for the rest of this term,” Feinstein said. “I just hope he has the ability to learn and to change, and if he does, he can be a good president. And that’s my hope.”
Several people in the audience booed Feinstein’s optimism for Trump as she said that she has her own “personal feelings” about the president.
“Yeah, I understand how you feel,” Feinstein said, as more people yelled from the audience. “I understand how you feel.”
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The next four to eight years are going to be very difficult for some liberals.