Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) on Saturday responded to the bizarre report from last week about her former personal driver who turned out to be a Chinese spy.
As TheBlaze previously reported, the FBI informed Feinstein 5 years ago that her driver was being investigated for potential espionage. The development left the longtime California senator "mortified."
Fortunately, Feinstein's office said no staffers in her California offices hold security clearances, so despite Feinstein's high-ranking position on the Senate Intelligence Committee, federal investigators do not believe the driver was able to relay sensitive information to his connections.
That staffer worked for Feinstein for 20 years, according to reports. It was unclear how long he had been providing information to the Chinese government. The staffer was never charged with a crime, but was immediately fired from his job with Feinstein's office.
What did Feinstein say?
She publicly responded to the news after President Donald Trump mentioned the story in …