GOP candidates are trying to prove they're with President Trump on immigration. But Arizona's late primary means little time to shift to the general election, when Democrats hope to flip the seat.
The ex-Arizona sheriff, who was jailed for criminal contempt before being pardoned by President Trump, says he has "100 percent" proof that former President Barack Obama's birth certificate is fake.
"When we come across these kids, or some are older than just kids, then deport them," Joe Arpaio told NPR. "They can do a lot of good in those countries."
Arizona Republican Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County sheriff who became famous for his controversial stance on immigration, says he wants to join Congress so he can help President Trump.
Citing legal precedents, Bolton said that while a pardon removes the threat of punishment, it does not "blot out guilt."
The former Maricopa County, Ariz., sheriff was convicted of criminal contempt for refusing to halt racial profiling activity while in office. The White House cited his age as one factor in the pardon.
President Trump says he's "seriously considering" a pardon for former Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Doing so would "enflame emotions and further divide our nation," says Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.
The former sheriff for Maricopa County, Ariz., was found guilty Monday of willfully ignoring a federal judge's order. The case stemmed from his campaign against illegal immigration.
The former Maricopa County sheriff routinely pointed to the notorious outdoor facility as a symbol of his "tough on crime" stance. The new sheriff says it is costly and not a deterrent.
Democrat Paul Penzone, a former sergeant with the Phoenix Police Department, defeated the controversial Arizona lawman by nearly 10 percentage points after building a substantial lead in the polls.