Representative Adam Schiff (D-Ca.) has been one of the most vocal opponents of President Trump in the House, and one of the most prolific advocates of the Russiagate conspiracy as well as an array of other anti-Trump conspiracies.

During Schiff’s tenure as Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, he was known for leaking information to the press in an attempt to smear President Trump and other Republicans.

With Democrats out of power in the House, Schiff hinted at other political ambitions during an interview with KTTA this weekend.

With Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Ca.) serving 30 years in the Senate and nearing the age of 90, her retirement is on the horizon.

Schiff expressed an interest in running for Senate, saying that he will give it “serious consideration” when Feinstein retires.  In 2021, Feinstein filed the initial FEC paperwork necessary to run for re-election in 2024, meaning that she could run again.

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Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) said Saturday on KTTA’s “The Issue Is” that he is seriously considering running for U.S. Senate.

Anchor Elex Michaelson said, “It is widely expected that California Senator Dianne Feinstein, who is 89, will retire at the end of her term. You have expressed interest in that job. Is there any reason you would not run for Senate?”

Schiff said, “Well, I’m not usually asked the question in that form. You know, look, I am getting a lot of encouragement to run for the Senate from people in California and colleagues here in Congress. If Senator Feinstein retires, then I will give it very serious consideration. You know, at this point, I think we’re waiting to see what Senator Feinstein has to say about her plans, but yes, it is something I’m giving serious consideration to.”

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