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Republicans say Steve King's 'racist' remarks may result in action against him

euronews Sunday, 13 January 2019
Republicans say Steve King's 'racist' remarks may result in action against him"It was stupid," Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said of the comment. "It was hurtful. It was wrong. And he needs to stop."
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News video: Kevin McCarthy throws Steve King under the bus

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy vowed Sunday to take certain action against Rep. Steve King over allegedly racist remarks the Iowa congressman made last week.

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