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That didn't stop King from taking to the House floor to disparage the legislation, which could still be added as an amendment
After previously comparing Dreamers to drug mules, Rep. Steve King said Wednesday that those who want to enlist in the military should be immediately deported instead.
The ENLIST Act has bipartisan support: 42 co-sponsors, including 24 Republicans. Despite the support from other GOP members
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“We need to secure the border first, restore the rule of law, then we can have this discussion that you want to get to,” King
WASHINGTON -- Immigration advocates delivered a juicy surprise to House lawmakers on Thursday morning. Members from pro-immigration
In a recent interview with Newsmax, King urged listeners not to sympathize with Dreamers, or undocumented immigrants who
King's modus operandi is to stereotype, scapegoat, and offend entire groups of people while simultaneously embarrassing his constituents, the state of Iowa, the national Republican Party, and the United States in its dealings with nations around the world.
Boehner and other GOP leaders met with Latino evangelicals on Wednesday. They urged that "one outlier" not be seen as the
This GOP strategist doesn't care much for Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa). Four out of five drug busts along the U.S.-Mexico border
There were similar numbers among Republicans in the district, 70 percent of whom said they support legal status for some
Not all Republicans remained silent in the wake of the remarks, Luján's suggestion notwithstanding. House GOP leaders were
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Raúl Labrador (R-Idaho) went after the media on Wednesday for its coverage of remarks by Rep. Steve King
King insisted the claim is "not something that I'm making up" in an interview with Radio Iowa on Tuesday. "This is real," King
“I strongly disagree with his characterization of the children of immigrants and find the comments inexcusable,” Republican
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has made no secret in the past of his opposition to undocumented immigrants. But statements the lawmaker made recently are over the top even by his standards.
The House passed an amendment proposed by King last month to reverse an Obama administration policy of delaying deportation
The DREAMers who showed up to his office look tame by comparison. But don't take our word for it. Check out the many brazen
“While the House’s action today is a message bill that will never become law, it’s exactly the wrong message to send,” Sharry