Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) held a conference with several activists outside a Los Angeles home where she was attending a fundraiser yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reported.

A number of those congregated in the Hancock Park neighborhood pressed Feinstein on whether President Trump could be impeached or whether he has ties to Russian interests.

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"We have a lot of people looking at this," Feinstein said. "I think he's going to get himself out."

Feinstein, 83, said Trump's elder sons, who now run the Trump Organization, have been sent to other countries to make business deals while paying for their trips with taxpayer funds.

"I think that those government expenses should not be allowed," she said, adding that she is working with other legislators on bills regarding conflicts-of-interest.

One person asked Feinstein, who has been in office since 1992 and was previously the mayor of San Francisco, if this is the "most important year" of her tenure.

She responded that it was instead the "most troubling time" and that she has "not seen anything like this" with a candidate and president like Trump.

Asked whether Trump has formally committed an impeachable offense, Feinstein demurred, saying "I can't answer that right now."

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