The GOP congressman was stripped of his committee assignments for racist comments in January.
“Nearly everybody knows Steve King is a boob,” his friend wrote on a GoFundMe to help cover legal fees.
The party is backing former minor league pitcher and conservative Democrat J.D. Scholten to unseat the most racist member of Congress.
The Iowa Republican cited a 12-year-old study by an alleged hate group to make his point
The nine-term congressman, long known for his extreme anti-abortion views, made some strange comments to a crowd in Iowa.
Banished for racist remarks, Republicans seem willing to allow the disgraced Iowa congressman back into polite company.
Comparing Iowans' response to flooding to New Orleans' response to Hurricane Katina.
"Diamond" won the coin toss.
Fighting racism means calling it out, not hiding behind euphemisms like "racially tinged."
“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” King said.
"His rabid racism continues to stain and embarrass this body," one House Democrat said.
“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” King asked the New York Times.