"If Republicans really believe that these racist statements have no place in our government, then their party must do more than make superficial condemnations," said CBC chairwoman Karen Bass, D-California, in a statement , "Instead, they actually have to condemn Mr. King by removing him from his committee duties so that he can no longer affect the policy that affects the people he has made clear for despising him."
King, who is frequently criticized Comments he made regarding race and immigration were under attack for comments that seemed to defend white nationalism.
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King has not apologized for his remarks, though he had delivered a speech on Friday "the heartburn that has leaked out to this congress and this country and especially in my state and in my congressional district."
"I had no discussion about it, I did not think about it," King said. "But the more you write about the stuff, the more it gets down to business."
Bass said in his statement, the King condemned that "the Republicans should clarify that Mr. King in their party or in Congress is no longer welcome. "
"Anything but these essential measures is another tacit acceptance of racism by the Republican Party," she continued.
And the Congressional Black Caucus was not the only unit that had spoken out against King on Saturday.
Fellow Iowa Republican and Senator Joni Ernst tweeted a statement condemning the king.