Steve King

King faced swift backlash for drinking from a toilet fountain inside a migrant detention facility on the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Iowa Republican, who has defended white supremacy, made the crack while discussing alleged abuses of Muslims in China.
The Iowa Republican has less than $19,000 in reported cash on hand.
The congressman from Iowa defended his bizarre remarks and suggested he was the victim of a “vibrant left-wing media.”
The horror writer cleared up any confusion surrounding GOP lawmaker Steve King. Again.
The Iowa congressman was defending not allowing exceptions for rape and incest in anti-abortion legislation he tried to pass in Congress.
Last fall, Scholten lost to King by only 3% of the vote, the closest margin for any of the Iowa congressman’s challengers in his nine terms in Congress.
The disgraced lawmaker also got duped a second time shortly afterward.
The GOP congressman reportedly met with neo-Nazis when he was in Europe to visit the concentration camp site.
Just five months after he condoned white supremacy, the congressman got a warm reception at an Iowa GOP event where Donald Trump was speaking.
The Iowa Republican Party got President Trump to headline its fundraiser Tuesday. King, a white supremacy defender, is invited.
The Iowa congressman claims he's been punished unfairly by "a political lynch mob."
"He’s saying it’s not racist when he’s actually saying something racist coming out of his mouth," noted the CNN host.
The Iowa Republican said being accused of racism gave him "better insight into what he went through for us."
Iowa state Rep. Randy Feenstra is reeling in campaign donations while King is spending more than he raised.
The Ohio congressman made the remarks while in King's home district in Iowa.
The CNN anchor called out the congressman's offensive comparison of New Orleans flood victims to those in his own state.
The Iowa congressman claimed a FEMA official told him that Hurricane Katrina victims only asked for help, unlike Iowans who "take care of each other."
"That's so hypothetical," said the nine-term congressman, who has a history of making white nationalist statements.
The "Late Night" host also explained why the meme was "very poorly designed."