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TheBlaze.com'Enough is Enough': Feinstein Unequivocally Defends Clinton, Urges Media to Drop Email ControversyTheBlaze.comSen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) once again urged critics of Hillary Clinton to drop the discussion surrounding the former secretary of state's email controversy and instead focus on the “major problems” the country's next president will have to address.