The House of Representatives voted on a resolution condemning racist language, which was too vague to actually call out Steve King by name, but the point was made anyway.
The Republican's most famous white supremacist, Steve King, was told to find a new line of work by Mitch McConnell, advised to resign by Mitt Romney and stripped of all Committee seats - JUST TODAY.
Chris Matthews reports on Republicans' sudden need to censure someone for saying aloud what all of them say in quiet rooms.
Right wing commentator George Will lamely defends Republicans refusal to do anything about racist Rep. Steve King and calls it "unfair" when Joy Reid compares his comments to those of newly elected Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Conservative Republican thinks it's unfair to call Cindy Hyde Smith a racist, and that it's untrue that Steve King holds power. Joy Reid and Jennifer Rubin explain reality to him.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd allowed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to avoid answering him when he asked him whether or not he'd support Steve King in the future following his remarks about white supremacy.
Ted Cruz Refuses To Answer Whether He'll Support Steve King In The Future Following White Supremacist Remarks
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd allowed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to skate when he asked him whether or not he'd support Rep. Steve King in the future following his remarks about white supremacy.
The Republican Senator from Iowa is just the latest to treat Steve King like a pariah.
Border wall, government shutdown, and of course the Republican base's second-favorite white supremacist, Steve King -- it's all here for you.
I dunno Steve, maybe "White Nationalist" was offensive from the start?
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