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“I’m plugging away, not fading away,” Hirono says.
If Trump’s presidency has renewed her sense of purpose, it has not instill a love for political combat.  “I never refer to what I do as my career.  What kind of career is it that you have to run for office every two years and go out there and ask total strangers to support you?” she asks.  “It’s what I do.  It’s my service.”
So why not retire?
“One person can make a difference,” Hirono says.  “My mom changed my life by bringing me to this country.”  Plus, she says, the President needs a counterbalance.  “The battles that we win,” she says, “never stay won.”
    —    Senator Mazie Hirono
As quoted by Philip Elliott in his article:  “Hawaii’s Mazie Hirono is the Senate’s only immigrant and a thorn in the President’s side
Appearing in:  Time Magazine
dtd:  28 May 2018
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