Republican lawmaker Steve King said he drank out of the toilet but then described what sounded like a water fountain attached to the toilet.
Defending his anti-abortion legislation last week, the Iowa Republican suggested much of civilization would not exist if it weren't for rape or incest.
"What if we went back through all the family trees and just pulled out anyone who was a product of rape or incest? Would there be any population of the world left if we did that?" the Iowa Republican asked.
"We're becoming the Whole Foods party, when we need to figure out how to win in Dollar General districts like mine," J.D. Scholten told The Washington Post.
Richard Painter, a former chief ethics lawyer in the George W. Bush administration, also called for King to be "expelled from the House immediately."
The president spoke out about his belief that the Democratic party had become anti-Jewish while visiting Alabama's tornado victims (and signing bibles). The party, he said, has "become an anti-Jewish party, and that's too bad." Out of the 34 Jewish members of Congress, 32 are Democrats.
Democratic leaders are satisfied with Omar's apology, saying her comments don't rise to the same levels of racism and anti-Semitism as comments from Trump and Representative Steve King.
The host of "Cuomo Prime Time" accused the president of hypocrisy.
Having just one ticket, Diamond won a coin toss for the honor, King said.
They "almost seem to have like a sexual fetish for a cement wall … a big beautiful erection of a wall," S.E. Cupp said, taking aim at Ann Coulter and others.
"It is stunning and astonishing to me that four words in a New York Times quote can outweigh 20 some years of public service," King said.
"The clock is ticking. Impeachment is not dead," Democratic Representative Al Green said.
Nicolle Wallace derided the entire right side of the political aisle and said racists are "tolerated" by conservatives and "there isn't a strain of racism on the left."
"Look, it's been my practice for the last couple of years not to make sort of random observations of the president tweeting and other stuff," McConnell told reporters.
"If he doesn't understand why 'white supremacy' is offensive, he should find another line of work," McConnell said.
Fox News covered King's comments for just 42 seconds the day after they were revealed in the New York Times report.
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst condemned King's comments on white supremacy as "offensive" and "racist."
Recently re-elected Iowa Republican Representative Steve King was caught on tape ridiculing Mexico and immigrants in audio he previously had denied existed.
Republican Representative Steve King of Iowa has won a ninth term after narrowly defeating his Democratic challenger, J.D. Scholten.
Author Stephen King said he had "personal reasons" for wanting Iowans to vote Rep. Steve King out of office.
King has been isolated due his support of white nationalists.
A prominent Democratic senator once made the same proposal in 1993–and later apologized for it.