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As Republicans Rush to Condemn Steve King, Some Ask: Why Not Trump?

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 16 January 2019
As Republicans Rush to Condemn Steve King, Some Ask: Why Not Trump?Republican leaders are piling on in their condemnations of Representative Steve King of Iowa, but they remain silent on similar comments by President Trump.
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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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