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Republicans weigh action against Rep. Steve King for white supremacy comment

CBS News Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Republicans weigh action against Rep. Steve King for white supremacy commentGOP congressional leadership is speaking out against Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King for making racially charged comments, but President Trump is not. Shermichael Singleton, a Republican political consultant, joins CBSN to discuss how the party is handling the controversy.
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News video: Republicans move to punish King over race remarks

Republicans move to punish King over race remarks 01:15

Republican leaders in the House have moved to punish congressman Steve King over recent remarks he made over white supremacy. Ryan Brooks reports.

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