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"I decided I’m going to soften my language a little bit, and I did, and they’re still offended," King said in an interview
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House Republican leadership appeared on Tuesday to be leaning toward a two-part plan: a bill to fund the Department of Homeland
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The tea party congressman echoed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) in suggesting that Republicans could use
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For Todd and NBC to make something of Meet The Press, they have to ditch the SOSO attitude: Same Old, Same Old. They have to try shake things up, bringing back some old ways while integrating the new.
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It was a political ambush, and in deciding to stand and fight, Steve King had lost before he'd even started. The whole idea of a political ambush is that it's lose-lose for the ambushed.
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"About five minutes before that or two minutes before that the video doesn't show that another reporter came up and said
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"I just don't understand why you've been wanting to do that," Andiola says to King, who then stands up to confront the woman
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On Wednesday morning, King appeared on CNN's "New Day," where he defended his comments from last year. Host Chris Cuomo asked
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Gutierrez also brushed aside the idea that border security needs to come first in dealing with the problem of children coming
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Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) said Thursday that snap elections are unfair because they "stack the decks," and said Boehner owes
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King had a chance earlier Thursday to question the Homeland Security secretary about his amendment. He asked Johnson whether
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Schumer asked, "Where are the leaders in the Republican Party with the courage to stand up to Steve King and the far right
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Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) is firing back at Mark Zuckerberg and his pro-immigration reform group, calling the Facebook CEO
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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
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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.
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The ENLIST Act has bipartisan support: 42 co-sponsors, including 24 Republicans. Despite the support from other GOP members
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"I'm not going to apologize," he insisted to the Iowa Daily Reporter. "What I've said is objectively true, and any time that
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The House ended its work in Washington for the year this week without votes on major immigration reform proposals. In fact