Hirono’s heart: Hawaiian senator’s rise to success started with mom’s risky move
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New York Daily News

“Heart of Fire: An Immigrant Daughter’s Story” by Mazie K. Hirono; Viking (416 pages, $28) ——— If you want to know what Mazie K. Hirono thinks about someone, just ask her. Her right-wing colleagues in the Senate? “Republican zombies.” Attorney Alan Dershowitz? “Cynical and idiotic.” President Donald Trump? “A petty, vindictive, spoiled brat.” Hirono is tough. And as her autobiography, “Heart of Fire: An Immigrant Daughter’s Story,” proves, she had to be. Born in Japan, Hirono came to the United States when she was 8. Her family was poor, but she had dreams and worked hard to achieved them: mem…

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