The San Francisco Chronicle reported this month that Dianne Feinstein is experiencing memory loss.But when Insider asked Schumer whether he thought she was fit to serve, he declined to answer.”I’ve had a good number of discussions with Senator Feinstein, but I’m keeping them to myself,” he said.LoadingSomething is loading.Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer declined on Tuesday to say whether he has confidence in Dianne Feinstein’s ability to continue serving as the senior Democratic senator from California.Insider asked Schumer at a press conference on Tuesday about a recent San Francisco Chronicle report revealing that several Democratic colleagues have raised concerns about her memory loss. “No, they have not,” he replied when asked if senators had raised any of the same concerns with him.As for Feinstein herself, Schumer declined to say whether he had confidence in her ability to serve.”I’ve had a good number of discussions with Senator Feinstein, but I’m keeping them to myself,” he said.A spokesperson for Schumer did not immediately replied to a request for clarification on his remarks.This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.


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