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Rep. Steve King loses Iowa Republican primary race to Randy Feenstra

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King was stripped of his committees last year following remarks he made to the New York Times about white nationalism.
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Rep. Steve King, the Iowa Republican known for racist and bigoted statements, has been defeated in the primary election.

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"Steve King does not represent the Republican Party and it's time for him to leave Congress," Matt Brooks, Executive Director of the Republican Jewish Coalition...
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