Before Trump’s Identity Politics, There Was Steve King | NYT News

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Before Trump’s Identity Politics, There Was Steve King | NYT News
It look like this 10 ft wide 13 1/2 ft tall then construct itself to be a 12-foot finished wall just like that call between the US and Mexico before it became President Donald Trump’s, Central immigration policy. They jump from. I was recognized as a hard-line opponent of illegal immigration, and for is inflammatory, sometimes racist statements, children, other parent, is undocumented immigrants in 2013, for everyone is a valedictorian. There is another hundred out there that they supporter of Donald Trump study. Study Trump’s election in 2016 gave King a staunch Ally in the White House these days. The president’s statements sound like Echoes of things King said years earlier, someone in a foreign country that can sneak into the United States and have a baby and then go home with a birth certificate, Kings ideas in public statements, which one identity, politics that heavily influenced the Trump Administration, the Iowa Congressman ultra-conservative ideas have been a long time if we let our birthrate get down below the replacement rate and racial superiority. Common talking point among white nationalist, an interview on MSNBC King himself explained Western Europe and Eastern Europe and United States of America and Christianity right Dutch politician. Geert builders king, has also been to Austria several times since 2013, or he’s cozied up to the far-right Freedom Party. Back at home, King has been reelected eight times and is considered a party kingmaker and Iowa, but the 2018 midterms were his toughest contest. Yet he won by just three points and days before the election, a member of his own party, called Keane out as a white supremacist after more than a decade in Congress, his rhetoric, finally catching up with them.
Building a border wall, ending birthright citizenship and disparaging undocumented immigrants. Representative Steve King championed anti-immigration views years before President Trump made them a focal point of his administration.

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