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The Iowan was shocked but not surprised, considering King's track record of insulting comments.
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The congressman called Obama "most pro-abortion president ever."
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"They try to figure out what is it that they can hyperventilate about," King said. "They want to live in a perpetual state
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Operatives working on congressional campaigns all but admit that they are keen on limiting unscripted forums. The fear of
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"You're very good at English," King says as he grabs Andiola's hand. "You know what I'm saying." Vargas then speaks up, telling
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"I think what it amounts to is the locker room in the NFL is full of women reporters, so it’s kind of hard to make an argument
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King raised a total of $3.4 million for his successful 2012 reelection, The Hill reported. He defeated Vilsack 53 percent
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Although numerous polls have indicated that Republicans received a larger portion of the blame for the government shutdown
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Rep. Lee Terry (R-Neb.) recently gained attention when he said he wasn't going to give up his paycheck because he needed
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Des Moines Register reporter Jennifer Jacobs tweeted on Thursday that she had received a similar response from King's office
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Iowa congressman Steve King sparked rumors of a possible run for President in 2016 by announcing a visit to South Carolina
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Harkin quoted from the Tarrance Group, a conservative research firm, that found 69 percent of voters in Iowa's 4th Congressional
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Here's what "20 brazen self professed illegal aliens" invading a congressman's office actually looks like: Jose Antonio Vargas
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King has criticized Obama and his administration on issues of race in the past. In 2010, he claimed that Obama had a "default
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As messages go, it was a pretty mixed one. Branstad clearly referenced Braley, but the shoe seemed to fit King as well. Levinson
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[Would you like to follow me on Twitter? Because why not?] The Register's Jennifer Jacobs, however, reads the tea leaves
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Regardless of who ultimately wins or loses the Iowa Senate race, this little internecine war between insiders and outsiders
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But it's easy to see why Rove's group might horn in on the Iowa Senate race: It's shaping up to be one of those races in