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White house distances itself from king’s comments

 

WASHINGTON – The White house on Tuesday distanced himself from a Republican rep Steve King’s comments about immigrants, punish, as Democrats, house pressed GOP leaders to inflammatory, the Iowa legislature by Stripping him of the chairmanship.

King said this weekend that America can not restore, “our civilization with someone else’s baby,” and warned of a liberal efforts to destroy Western civilization through immigration. The question, the comments, White House spokesman, Sean Spicer, said President Donald Trump, ” believes that this is not a view that he shares.”

“He thinks he is the President for all Americans, and so I will leave it at that,” Spicer told reporters at his daily briefing.

King was a strong supporter of the trump card in the 2016 campaign, and the candidate supported hard stand on immigration.

In a statement Tuesday, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, said spokesman Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders should take you immediately to the chair of the House Judiciary subcommittee by the king.

“Where are the speakers, Ryan and the GOP leadership?”, Pelosi, D-Calif asked. “Your silence Congressman Steve King mean’s vile racism is acceptable? House Republicans think they can remain calm, but her contempt for the great diversity of our nation is to be heard, loud and clear.”

Several Republicans and Democrats criticized king for his comments, Ryan said that he does not agree with observations.

“We are a melting pot. My family is here to grow because the potatoes ceased to be in Ireland,” he told Fox News on Monday evening. “The American idea is a beautiful idea that is for everyone, which is not that of the state of your birth to determine your results in life.”

Ryan said he had not spoken with the king. “I would like to think that he misspoke and it was not meant the way it sounds and I hope he has made it clear that,” said the Wisconsin Republican.

King stood by his comments in a Monday CNN interview, in which he also said: “If you go down the road in a few generations, or perhaps centuries, with the mixed marriages, I would like to see a America, the (homogeneous) so that we see a lot of the same, from this perspective.”

King’s first comments on Twitter were part of a tribute to Geert Wilders, the Dutch politician, anti-immigration and spoke against Islam. There are the low-countries were ready for the election of the Prime Minister.

King is known for making racist comments charged. Last year, at the Republican National Convention, king’s contributions to civilization by nonwhites interviewed. In 2013, he described the children in the country illegally as “calves the size of cantaloupes because they hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert.”

Later Monday, in an interview with Iowa radio host Jan Mickelson on 1040, that the said king, blacks and Hispanics are fighting with each other, before the white wines to become the minority in the United States.

King was responding to Univision’s Jorge Ramos’ comments on changes in the U.S. demographics in the coming decades.

“If you start emphasizing the differences, then you start at the end with people at each other’s throats. And he is adding to, Hispanics, and blacks in what he predicts will be in greater numbers than whites in America. I’m going to say in advance, the Hispanics and the blacks are fighting each other, before that happens,” king said.

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