Former Utah Rep. Mia Love, now a CNN pundit, said the GOP hasn't done enough to reject the views of bad actors in their party like Iowa Republican Steve King.
King, who has used racist language and promoted neo-Nazis on social media, embraced white nationalism in an interview with the New York Times. He later walked back those comments, claiming he was simply a "nationalist." South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott, the only black Republican in the U.S. Senate, blasted King's bigoted comments.
On CNN, Love said King's comments are hurting the GOP, and more Republicans need to have the courage to speak out about them.
"We need other Republicans saying they don't believe in this. He has got to go. This doesn't represent who we are," she said.
Clip via CNN's Van Jones Show below: