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Steve King: Democrats considering punishment for congressman over 'white supremacy' comments

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Saturday, 12 January 2019 ()

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News video: U.S. House Republicans move to rebuke King over race comments

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy speaks with reporters after his meeting with the GOP steering committee, which moved to strip congressman Steve King of committee assignments after the Iowa Republican questioned why white supremacy is considered offensive in a New York Times interview. Rough cut (no reporter...

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