Congressional letter seeks to focus agency attention on solving regional shortages
Washington D.C- Congressman Steve King today congratulated Melissa King, a resident of Emmetsburg, Iowa, for her selection as an “Angel in Adoption” by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.
“President Trump is correct to describe this a witch hunt, and the President’s phrase takes on added significance with the actions of the Democrats in the House today.”
“It’s unimaginable that anybody would have the audacity to hold secret impeachment hearings here in the House of Representatives, the People’s House.”
Congressman Steve King releases this video in which he discusses the importance of standing with President Trump’s decision to remove American troops from Northern Syria. Yesterday, Congressman King was one of only 60 Republicans to support President Trump’s position when the Congressman voted against a House Resolution which second guesses President Trump’s withdrawal of U.S.
“They’re cherry picking quotes from the people that are testifying. They refused to allow us, just an hour ago, to read the Volker transcript. They are allowing no exculpatory evidence coming in that might defend our President, and there’s no representation for the President.”
During my recently completed 39 county town hall tour of the 4th Congressional District, one of the issues that I discussed at nearly every stop was the importance of protecting the Renewable Fuel Standard’s volume obligations.
Agenda will include discussions with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on improving Missouri River Flood Management Efforts.
“Speaker Pelosi should be holding votes in the House of Representatives on the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade deal, but she is increasingly choosing to waste the House’s time on political stunts designed to appease her Trump-hating caucus.”
“It looks to me now like the hard-core leftists, those activists, the Quad Squad, have taken over the agenda of the Democratic caucus in the House of Representatives.”
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