Joe Arpaio: I want to Support our President and his Agenda

Joe Arpaio: I want to Support our President and his Agenda

Joe Arpaio: I want to Support our President and his Agenda

A protester dressed up as former Sheriff Joe Arpaio in KKK robes at an August President Donald Trump rally in Phoenix, Arizona.

Making the announcement via Twitter, Arpaio said he's running "to support the agenda and policies of President Donald Trump in his mission to Make America Great Again". Flake announced last fall he will not seek re-election in 2018.

"Throughout his time as sheriff, Arpaio continued his life's work of protecting the public from the scourges of crime and illegal immigration", the White House said in a statement at the time of Arpaio's pardon.

"I love this state, the people in this state, so I think I can give something back".

Joe Arpaio: I want to Support our President and his Agenda

"You're the guy that said I would never run for office", the sheriff said at the start of our phone interview Tuesday.

The controversial lawman whom Donald Trump pardoned previous year following a federal conviction for criminal contempt in a racial profiling case. He also went to court to have his conviction permanently erased from his record.

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"So no, it had nothing to do with it". That's just a big picture that I have. Trump said the former sheriff was treated "unbelievably unfairly". "I'm not here to get my name in the paper, I get that everyday, anyway", he added. We're going to see this play out here over the next few days, next few weeks, next few months.

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"I know he doesn't like me. I sure don't have to run for office to be known".

Arpaio said he wasn't aware McSally was running. This isn't a stunt.

On the Democratic side, U.S Rep. Krysten Sinema is running for the seat. Currently, the future of both Senate seats are unclear.

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"Joe Arpaio is one of our nation's most notorious agents of racism and bigotry". He styled himself as "America's toughest sheriff" and was politically untouchable for most of his 24-year career in local Arizona politics, despite ongoing scandals, lawsuits, and abuses of power. Kelli Ward in the race for the Republican nomination, and Republican U.S. Rep. Martha McSally has scheduled "special announcement" events in Tucson, Phoenix and Prescott for Friday. "They'll have their political firing squads and bring tons of money here because they don't want to lose", Arpaio said. "Even American citizens are terrified of Arpaio because they think he will take away their parents".

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