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53 Facts About Steve King
3. Steve King launched into a weekend Twitter tirade against The Weekly Standard, a conservative policy.
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4. Steve King speaks to guests at the Iowa Freedom Summit on January 24, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa.
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5. Steve King launched into a weekend Twitter tirade against The Weekly Standard, a conservative policy magazine.
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7. Steve King bars 'leftist propaganda' outlet Des Moines Register from election night event.
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8. Steve King has blasted the national Republican leadership for supporting gay candidates.
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12. Steve King chose to spend his last day of campaigning before the midterms sharing with voters his fantasy about two Supreme Court justices.
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25. Steve King supported Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a right-wing populist and strong opponent of admitting migrants during the European migrant crisis.
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27. The next day on CNN, Steve King said he was referring to culture, not ethnicity, saying "It's the culture, not the blood.
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28. On March 12, 2017, Steve King expressed his support for Geert Wilders, a far-right Dutch politician known for his anti-Islam views, leading up to the election in the Netherlands, stating, "Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny" and "We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies", referring to his views on ending birthright citizenship and promoting "an America that's just so homogenous that we look a lot [sic] the same.
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29. In an interview with Breitbart News, Steve King said he did not want Muslims working in meat-packing plants.
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33. Steve King displayed the Confederate flag on his office desk in 2016, despite the fact that Iowa was part of the Union during the American Civil War.
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37. Steve King gained prominence as one of 11 in Congress to vote against the $52 billion Hurricane Katrina aid package, claiming fiscal responsibility and a need for a comprehensive plan for spending aid money.
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38. Steve King has voted against each stimulus bill in the US House of Representatives, saying, "Our economy will not recover because government spends more.
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39. Steve King is a staunch opponent of the Affordable Care Act and has led attempts to repeal it.
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49. On May 3, 2013, Steve King announced that he would not run for the US Senate in 2014.
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52. Steve King attended Northwest Missouri State University from 1967 to 1970, and was a member of the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity, majoring in math and biology, but did not graduate.
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53. Steve King is a member of the Republican Party and has served in Congress since 2003.
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