Democratic Senator Feinstein, 84, 'all in' on re-election

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Feinstein, a long-standing anti-Second Amendment senator, appeared on multiple TV shows pushing legislation to ban "bump stocks" in response to the Las Vegas shooting.

Feinstein spoke with CBS News' "Face the Nation" about gun legislation in the wake of the attack launched from the 32 floor of the Mandalay Bay targeting a country music concert.

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"But not let Dianne Feinstein, which is what she wants to do, turn this all into some Christmas tree on the Hill where she brings all her anti-gun circus, she's been trying to do for years, into this", he continued.

Feinstein, who had a pacemaker implanted in January, joined the Senate in 1992 after winning a special election. "We need a law", she said. The devices increase the possible rate of gun fire on semi-automatic weapons. "It can't be changed by another president". She said if I could go door to door and pick them up I would.

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She "appreciated" the NRA's "step forward" after it came out and pressed the government to review regulations of bump stocks, but said a law banning the device must be passed by Congress. She is the top Democrat on the Senate judiciary committee.

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