But already, one Republican Congressman is making life hard.
'Further, I condemn anyone that supports this evil and bigoted ideology which saw in its ultimate expression the systematic murder of 6 million innocent Jewish lives, ' he said, bringing up the Holocaust.
The paper notes that Rep. King "has used racist language in the past, promotes neo-Nazis on Twitter and was recently denounced by one Republican leader as a white supremacist".
Republicans blasted King, who has retweeted a message from a "Nazi sympathizer" and once said about immigration: "We can't restore out civilization with somebody else's babies".
King released a statement following the backlash. America's values are expressed in our founding documents, they are attainable by everyone and we take pride that people of all races, religions, and creeds from around the globe aspire to achieve them. "Under any fair political definition, I am simply a Nationalist", he said in the statement. Once again, I reject those labels and the ideology that they define.
"The U.S. House of Representatives must censure Rep. Steve King for his racists remarks".
And fellow Republican Rep. Justin Amash of MI said: "This is an embrace of racism, and it has no place in Congress or anywhere".
The reporter when on to ask King if he'd been misquoted - and he refused to answer.
Despite the criticism, King narrowly won re-election in November. "We must stand up against white supremacy and hate in all forms, and I strongly condemn this behavior".
Republican State Senator Randy Feenstra of Hull announced he will run for congress in the fourth congressional district.