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GOP senator: Rep. King's white supremacy remarks hurt nation

Iowa Republican congressman Steve King faced intensifying criticism Friday over his remarks about white supremacy, including from a black GOP senator who said such comments are a blight on the nation and the party.

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These GOPers revealed the true heart of Texas

In a win for religious freedom, Republicans in a Texas county just smacked down the effort to unseat a party leader just because he’s a Muslim. The Tarrant County GOP committee voted 139-49 against ousting Dr. Shadi Shafi as vice chairman, and rightly so. His chief critic, precinct chair Dorrie...

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GOP senator: Rep. King's white supremacy remarks hurt nation

WASHINGTON (AP) " Iowa Republican congressman Steve King says he's not a racist, but he faced intensifying criticism Friday over his remarks about white supremacy, including from a black GOP senator who said such comments are a blight on the nation and the party.For the second time in two days, King...

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Sen. Tim Scott slams Steve King for his comments on racism

Sen. Tim Scott ripped into fellow Republican Rep. Steve King for questioning why the terms “white nationalist” and “white supremacist” are racist — and slammed other GOP lawmakers for staying silent on the Iowa congressman’s comments. “When people with opinions similar to King’s open...

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WRITE ON: Congressman! Free the hostages

Upstate New York GOP Congressman Tom Reed did the unthinkable a little over a week ago.

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Conservatives and Republicans should promptly repudiate and condemn renegades in their party whenever they’re guilty of bigoted words or deeds.

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Texas Republicans overwhelmingly reject removal of Muslim county official

Texas Republicans voted to keep a GOP county official in his position after a small group raised a ruckus over his Muslim religious beliefs.

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Muslim vice-chair of Texas county GOP survives effort to oust him over his religion

Cheers went up behind closed doors as the vote was read while a critic stood outside wearing a black burqa.         

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Muslim vice-chair of Texas county GOP survives effort to oust him over his religion

Cheers went up behind closed doors as the vote was read while a critic stood outside wearing a black burqa.         

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Sen. Martha McSally is dutifully obeying AZ GOP and not criticizing Donald Trump

Arizona Republicans were told support for the president is "non-negotiable." I guess so.         

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Sen. Martha McSally is dutifully obeying AZ GOP and not criticizing Donald Trump

Arizona Republicans were told support for the president is "non-negotiable." I guess so.         

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Local Texas GOP rejects outing vice chair over his faith

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) " Republicans in one of the most populous counties in Texas voted Thursday to keep a Muslim doctor as their party vice chairman following infighting over some members' claims about his beliefs.The executive committee of the Tarrant County Republican Party voted 139-49 to...

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Sen. McSally dutifully obeying AZ GOP and not criticizing Donald Trump

Arizona Republicans were told support for the president is "non-negotiable." I guess so.         

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Sen. McSally dutifully obeying AZ GOP and not criticizing Donald Trump

Arizona Republicans were told support for the president is "non-negotiable." I guess so.         

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