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Rep. Steve King: Illegal Immigrants ‘Bringing in Ebola and Beheadings,’ Turning US Into ‘Third-World Country’

Donald Trump flew to Iowa to campaign for Congressman Steve King and the two held a press conference that was about as hilariously psychotic as you can imagine.

Trump described King as a “smart person with really the right views on almost everything” while King said “time after time, when the hand of Donald Trump reached out and touched something, it turned into something good for America.”

Right, and then he put his name on it in big dumb letters.

Then the two spent the rest of the press conference slamming Obama for turning U.S. airports into “third-world airports.”

King claimed that the US is becoming “a third world country” because of “the things that are coming at us from across the border,” listing Ebola, Central American teens in gangs, ISIS beheadings, and drugs.

He lamented that Obama wants “to treat people in Africa as if they were American citizens.”

“What’s his vision for this country?” King asked. “He must think now that he’s president of the world, he’s going to treat people in Africa as if they were American citizens and somehow we can’t define this American sovereignty or American citizenship.”

Yeah, Obama, why are you treating African people as well as you’d treat any other people? That’s just un-American.

He went on to claim that Obama “has pitted people against each other down the lines of divisions that are God-given characteristics. I want to pull us all together under those principles to build America. That’s freedom of speech, religion, the press, the right to keep and bear arms – whether that’s to pick up a shotgun and shoot a pheasant or pick up a seven iron and discipline your husband.”

Yeah. Wait, what was that last one?

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